‘Cause these nice fellows helped it!
“My husband and his friend pulled over when they saw a faun on the opposite side of a busy road in Alberta, separated from its mother. Mom had just crossed and baby deer was just standing on the roadside, too frightened. The big softies save the day!” -Jennifer M.
Wow, this is a Super Resqte Story, People. Please welcome our Cuteporter today, Susan C.
“I’ve been a fan of the site for many years and have had many joyful moments of squeeing over the Cuteness. I have a submission and story to offer you.”
“On October 8, 2013, I was on my way to a meeting. I had taken a wrong turn and pulled over to try to sort out my location.”
“It was around 5:30pm so there was a good bit of traffic. Several yards away in the middle of the street I noticed some little critter and thought to myself ‘That chipmunk sure has a long tail.'”
“After a few seconds, I realized that it wasn’t a chipmunk but a very small kitten in the middle of the road. As I watched, two SUV’s barely missed flattening the poor baby.”
“I drove to the kitten as quickly as I could and when I got out of the car, the tiny gray and white kitten looked up at me and mewed.”
“I said, ‘Oh, come here, baby’ because I’m a crazy lady who talks to cats. He had a bloody little nose and his eyes were very runny.”
“I asked some people in the neighborhood if anyone knew of a cat with a litter….but no one knew of one.”
“Based on his rough appearance, I surmised that he was probably from a feral litter.”
“I took the little guy to our local emergency vet and they said the bloody nose was just a scrape and gave me some ointment for his eyes.”
“She estimated his age at four weeks. On the way there, I called my husband to tell him of my find and he said ‘I guess we have a new kitten.'”
“We did indeed have a new kitten. Oliver, named after another fortunate orphan, joined our cat household of Buddy and Missy and now he is a beloved member of the family.”
GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BONUS OLLIE VIDEO THREE-PAK™ ACTION!
“Getting really excited over a snack is cute.” Whadya think?
Photos provided by KB, from Coast & Canyon Wildlife Rehabilitation in Malibu, CA.
Folks, this is Boots. Boots had some tough times in her young life, losing her two rear paws in an unknown accident. Learn more (and donate) here!
She got those little blue booties when she was 6 months old.
The Denver Post says Boots “will undergo further surgery this summer to reshape the amputated areas of her legs, after which she will be refitted for new, more permanent prosthetics.”
Boot’s Hoomin Megan Brocato says, “She’s hoping for pink. After all, she is a lady.”
(BMI: Brief Musical Interlude™:)
Photos seen on BuzzFeed, and the submish is c/o Andrew Y.
Remember when you were young, and you learned how to swim? Maybe you took lessons at the pool, or your parents taught you. Either way, it probably looked and felt a little like this!
“It’s their first swim on the “Big Waters” of our pond enclosure at the Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary, after being raised in a smaller pen with only a baby swimming pool. Their excitement is contagious! These goslings, and all the other orphaned and injured babies at our sanctuary, will be released back to their natural habitats.” -Monika M.
You’re not the only one. (Speakers up for the Squeaks, btw.)
“I volunteer at the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation and this little fellow is one of our current residents. Another volunteer and I took him outside for some exercise, but what he really wanted to do was nap! You can hear his grumpy little squeaks as we try to get him to move around. We haven’t named him as we are hoping to release him once he’s a bit older. However, many of us are referring to him by the oh so original nickname of “Porky.” -Sandi F.
June is Adopt-A-Cat Month, which aims to raise awareness of shelter pet adoption. Here are some terrific photos from The Furrtographer of kittehs now available at the Humane Society Of Silicon Valley. Check hovers for deets, and if you happen to be in the Bay Area- head on over.
There are a lot of Feline Furball Friends looking for a hoomin to love ’em. Are they looking for you? Here are some more links.
Middle of the week, and that means Rump Day! This is Iker Catsillas Purnandez. Cuteporter FB says: “He is named after the captain of Real Madrid football team and the Spanish National Football Team. He snores like an old man, is afraid of everyone and everything and loves to lounge about, as you can see. He even does yoga!”
“Iker is a rescue; his previous owners left him in a cardboard box outside the local humane society in the middle of the night in a November blizzard. :( They apparently cared enough to neuter him, but when they found out he was diabetic and would require special care (i.e. insulin,) they abandoned him. Their loss, definitely my gain!”
The Furrtographer aka Josh Norem has his first app for iOS available on the Apple™ App Store!
Ninety-nine cents. For 116 Kittehs. That works out to 0.00853448276 cents per kitteh!
(He’ll be donating a portion of the proceeds to the rescues that provided kittehs for the shoot, so everybody wins!)
Whadya waitin’ for? Here they are!
(© 2014 The Furrtographer. No kittens were harmed in the making of this app but many squees were had by all involved.)