They’re covered in tattoos and have scary biker names, but these bad boys were born to be mild. They’re the men of Rescue Ink, and as profiled in the New York Times, they speak out against animal abuse and find loving homes for abused animals all over the Big Apple. They’re not vigilantes, as they’re quick to point out, but they’ll get in an abuser’s face as much as the law allows — and they can be very persuasive.
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Where will the Batmen of tomorrow come from? Possibly from the rescue centre on the Atherton Tablelands in northern Queensland, Australia, which is caring for these orphaned bat-babies.
Bring on the tiny little Jokers!
That was knice and knoteworthy, Kira K.
The Daily Coyote is all about the adventures of Shreve Stockton and her animals in Wyoming.
Apparently, there is a NEW puppeh in town, Chloe. She’s seen here curling up with Eli (tomcat) and Charlie (rescued KYE-yoat). Apparently, Eli still runs the roost. Good kitteh.
A beellion more photos and the full story available at Daily Coyote. Thanks for the update, Emily B.
Alert Cuteologists over at BBC news are reporting that a newly born kitten was saved from being trapped down a drain. Apparently, this cat Mother-of-the-Year decided to have her litter behind the sink. Firefighters saved the little bro with a sock over the end of a vacuum. Anh. The End.
Thanks, Luke F.
Writes Sender-Inner Heather F.: "Poppy the pup was a rescue dog from the RSPCA in England. The kitten is called Motley and also needed a home. It was a match made in heaven as Poppy had had puppies not long before we took her in and Motley was a permanent kitten his entire life. Poppy would feed Motley as well as putting up with all his games and more indignities than a dog should ever have to face from a fluff ball."
Ahn. [head tilt]
Heather and Brian F., This photo was taken the year "Let’s Get Physical" went to #1. How about that.
Rumember back in the 60′s when we all thought the Pygmy hogs were extinct? Well good news. A few years later, some peegs turned up at a market, and were rescued and re-habbed.Now, a bonche of them are being released back into the wild.
They’re all snortin’ around ‘n stuff. More on the story here from Times UK.
Watch out for pythons, little Dewds! You too, Apsi W.
This behbeh snow shoe hare thwap thwap thwapped away from the clutches of a kitteh according to Sender-Inner Hannah.
Here he is getting his ‘honk-shu’ on.
And finally, resting comfortuhbuhls in an IKEA BRÔNK plate. At least I think that’s a BRÔNK.
If you haven’t already done so, Hannah, I highly recommend nomming those ears.