Anyone with info is asked to call the Humane Society at 1-888-6-HUMANE.
Yesterday we told you the plight of Nan The Chick who was intentionally struck by a pair of male skateboarders in New Orleans. Nan is on the mend at Kasia’s Ark Bird Rescue, who has set up a Facebook page.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Humane Society at 1-888-6-HUMANE.
Video and images from Nan’s FB.
“They are a working farm and boarding facility..”
“..which pays for a good portion of the rescue, but they are always in need of funds & would also welcome new volunteers.”
“Is there anything better than helping out rescued horses?”
“I didn’t think so.”
Photos by Vanessa Sarges.
Bebeh orphan ducklink loffs its new Mom. She’s soft, gentle and doesn’t say, “Go clean your room!”
“Orphaned baby ducklings don’t do well on their own so when they arrive at the California Wildlife Center, they’re placed in an incubator with a substitute mom – a feather duster! It sure helped comfort this little one.” -Kim B. from Coast and Canyon Wildlife.
“Check this picture of Nowzad, the dog who launched the Nowzad charity – rescuing stray and abandoned dogs in Afghanistan. Excellent poise and textbook example of a ‘privacy paw’. These guys should do a ‘Marines & their rescued dogs’ calendar! Who doesn’t want that on their cubicle wall?” -Cuteporter Stephanie H.
(*We -think- this photo is from Afghanistan. Sure looks that way. “Either Afghanistan or somewhere really dusty,” opines Stephanie.)
And if you look very closely you can see it still swimming in those deep blue eyes!
“This is Abby, a handsome Snowshoe Siamese just adopted from Specialty Purebred Cat Rescue. Who could resist that mustache?” -Cynthia S.
Thanks to Cuteporter Julia G. for the tip. It seems two wayward kittehs now named Arthur & August were spotted Thursday on some subway tracks (the Fe-Line) in Brooklyn! No one knows how the little guys got there, but rescuers had to scramble to save their furry little necks! Over to you, Matt.
The service was shut down for about two hours; they were found near the B and Q stops located at Church Avenue in Brooklyn.
The kittehs were, predictably, hard to wrangle.
Rescuers named the pair, who were transported to the Brooklyn Animal Care Shelter, where they are safe.
Quoting the New York Daily News, rider Sandra P. said “The announcer said it had to stop to rescue some cats,” Polel said. “I didn’t mind. I wanted to get home, but I also wanted the kittens to be safe.”
All’s well that ends well. Finally!
Photos by Marc Hermann/MTA.
That’s what the ol’ 49’ers use to yell when they struck gold. Well, we’ve struck it here, too! This little kitteh is named Eureka, and she was just adopted from Saving Grace Rescue in San Francisco, who rescued her and paid the doctor bills. Enjoy your new home, Eureka!
Images c/o Josh N.
Check out this furry little…er, furball. Her name is Rickina, and she’s had a rough go of it up ’til now (see the YouTube video description.) Watch the clip to learn more about these elegant and remarkable creatures, whose very name means “Person Of The Forest.” (Here’s how to make a donation to Orangutan Outreach..and even how to adopt!)
FAVE FRAME!!!! GAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!
From California to Thailand and Kentucky to Kuwait, there are 25 states and 18 countries around the world holding events today for International Homeless Pets Day. Since 1992 International Society for Animal Rights has promoted this day to educate people about homeless animals and pet overpopulation. Check out the Event Schedule posted on ISAR’s website. This is big, really big. It’s been said on CO before and it is worth repeating, Shelter Puppies are the Best Puppies! (Kitties TOO! All the pets!)
Here are a few more examples of shelters holding special events in honor of the day:
Image from Bonnie L. Hayes Animal Shelter, Washington County, Oregon.
Halp! The Alliance for Humane Action (AHA!) has created the cutest Spay-Neuter video evar!