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Michigan Is Now A “No-Kill” Shelter State. Here’s What That Means.

Euthanasia in shelters is not something we really want to have to think about. Thankfully today we’ve got some positive news in that department! The Michigan Pet Fund Alliance recently announced that their state is now a “No-Kill” state for ...

“Ugly” Special Needs Stray Has a Family Who Thinks She Is Beautiful

Lori Farris is a 50-year-old special needs teacher. One day, when she was leaving work, she came across a kitten that did not appear to be in good shape. The poor kitten was dirty, covered in fleas, and had a bloody nose. When this kitten followed Farris to he...

UPDATE: Clear the Shelters 2019 – You Won’t Believe the Difference That You Made

Drum roll, please! So far, the 5th annual Clear the Shelters event accounted for over 160,000 adopti...

Lifelong Cat Lover Leaves Amazing Legacy for Feline Friends in Need

Judy McKonly loved animals her entire life, but she always had a special affinity for cats. She drea...

Shelter Comes Up With Purrfect Solution For Senior Cat Who Loves Being Held

Dougie is a 15-year-old ginger cat who LOVES to be held. According to a post on the Facebook page of...

Irish Citizen Rescues Sick Athens Street Kitten, Gives Him A New Life In The Emerald Isle

Having grown up in Ireland, a nation known for its kindness to animals, Laoisen Doyle was shocked by...

“Til Every Cage Is Empty,” Batman Saves the Lives of Shelter Pets!

Over the years a number of notable men have donned the iconic cowl and cape of the legendary dark he...

Stray Cat Recovers, Surprises Rescuers With Fluffy Coat & Stunning Eyes

When poor Cotton was found as a stray, the mangey cat with inflamed eyes was pitiful to look at. He...

This Cat Is Looking For A Family To Love Him… AND His 2 Noses!

One-year-old Memphis was down on his luck. Born with two noses, the special kitty had a family for t...

Rescue Tabby Carries On 80+ Year Tradition Of Being This Hotel’s Resident Cat

The staff at the Algonquin Hotel in New York have a special tradition: since the 1930’s, they&...