If you’re on Instagram and you’re a cat lover (who isn’t), then you should be following the Yin Yang Kitty Brothers known as Leeroy and Finn! Not only is the adopted duo adorable, but the human behind them, cat mom Julie Coker, takes beautiful photos of the pair. Let’s meet them now!
Sophie Interviews Leeroy and Finn
Sophie: Hello and meow! I’m very excited to be conducting my first kitty interview. Are you boys excited? Continue reading “Yin Yang Kitty Bros: Leeroy and Finn”
I want to share with you the story of one courageous kitty named Momma Kat. Our friends at Savannah’s Paw Tracks told the journey of Momma Kat and her five kittens. Please go read the full story over at Savannah’s Paw Tracks and see if you can share her story. Let’s get this Momma Kat and her kittens adopted! Continue reading “This Momma Kat Needs Our Help! #mommakatssearch”
In the second post of the Adoption Tails series, we visit the topic of wanting a specific breed of cat – but that doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t choose adoption.
I’d like to introduce you to Kathleen J., who lives in Westchester, New York. Her story shows how the loss of one brave and lovely cat saved the life of another – through adoption. (Please have tissues on standby.)
The Story of Mishu D’ Lion & Hazel Rain
By Kathleen J.
Edited by Three Chatty Cats
Part 1: Mishu D’ Lion
To tell you about Hazel Rain, I first have to tell you about Mishu D’ Lion, who came into my life when Continue reading “Adoption Tails: Mishu D’ Lion & Hazel Rain”
Today’s post is the kickoff to my Adoption Tails series. Each post will focus on a different aspect of adoption or something to consider when adopting a cat. And what better month to start this series than in June, which is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month! So, let’s get started with the series and look at an often overlooked color of cat when it comes to adoptions. Continue reading “Adoption Tails: Choosing Black Cats”
Last month I did a profile on foster parent and fellow blogger Heather Davies. I asked her at the time if she had a favorite foster story to share. While she said she had a couple, her nearest foster fail was a kitten named Hamish. So today, Heather is doing a guest post to share Hamish’s story with us. The quoted text in the story contains passages from original posts from Heather’s blog.
The Story of Hamish
by Heather Davies
Beautiful queen, Arabelle, and her six kittens were brought to Toronto Cat Rescue from one of our partner shelters outside the city. She was friendly and Continue reading “The One That Got Away”