“Here’s another one of our adoptable kittehs at Save the Animals Foundation, in Cincinnati, OH. It’s Skipper, looking adorable as Hello Kitty!” -Cathy O’ B.
Our unbelievably Cute ResQte Of The Week comes from Beth W., who is the Social Issues Reporter for the Asheville Citizen-Times. “I had a great day at work today because I got to cover this,” she says. The “This” she is referring to are six puppehs (That’s Captain America up top- he’s been spoken for) rescued last month- with five of the six now available for adoption at Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation.
These little guys are known as “The Parkway Puppehs,” after they were found by two fishermen near the local Blue Ridge Parkway. Their names are in the hovers! (Photographer: Corrine Baker.)
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For our 3rd ResQte Of Week, we present two Most Excellent Brother Furballs.
“PS- the “puffed” photo (below) is because he was looking at my dog Wally.”
And this (almost identical) little friend arrived with Ootini. Please say hello to Ootini’s brother, Doodah. Also available at Saving Grace.
Video created with Apple Final Cut Pro™ by Cuteporter KB, as well as this text which sums it all up quite well: “After months in the care of the California Wildlife Center in Malibu, California, five orphaned fawns enjoy their first moments back in the wild where they belong. Orphaned fawns are prevented from seeing human faces and forms during their time in the rehab setting. In keeping with that policy, this video was filmed from behind a camouflage screen in the woods, by a volunteer.”
Without a doubt, no one looks better in a tux (with the possible exception of Penguins and James Bond) than Mr. Tux!
“This is Mr. Tux! He’s about 6 weeks old and I found him at my local cat rescue, The Long Beach Humane Society in Long Beach, New York. They have lots of babies there looking for their forever homes. This Widdle Guy was snatching my hair, chewing on my eye glasses and climbing on my shoulders. Thank you so much for your consideration!” -Rochelle L.
Lookit these amazing little boogers! DEFINITIVE Cute Caturday Kittehs! Cuteporter Michelle W. tells us more: (with many more photos here.)
“It is hard to believe how adorable this litter of mystery kittens is, born immediately after the Napa CA. earthquake (Aug 24th at 3:20am) in my godmother’s carport.”
“We did not know the cat, but now she is a permanent part of our lives, along with probably 2 or 3 of the 6 kittens (as many as we can afford to keep!)”
“‘Lucie Morales’ is our new part-Lynx-Siamese Mama cat, and she has six kittens, now 7 weeks old. One Manx Siamese, one Manx Snowshoe, and 4 variations on Siamese/Tabby/Snowshoe combos.”
“Toebeans in ALL colors. Amazing. See for yourself.”
“The Siamese (Juno) and the gray tabby (Gandalf The Gray) still have blue eyes, at 7 weeks, while the rest have started going green.”
*Note: Michelle says all kittehs have been spoken for: “They were all claimed long ago! So, at least for the present, no more kitties are actually available. I can send an update if that changes!”
“A lot time passed and I’m still working as a photographer in the animal shelter,” she tells us.
“At the moment they have orphan cats…”
“…that they have to feed with the bottle.”
“They are absolutely adorable and I thought I have to send you those pics.”
[I is thinking of a number between one and ten. Go ahead and guess what it is! I haz time.]
This is my foster kitten Murphy. He’s a VOKRA rescue who will be up for adoption VERY soon!” -Sharon D.
‘Member the story from last week? Sir Pounce has a home! Robin C. updates us. “He was taken in by a wonderful family yesterday where they’ve already made a special space for him. He will have a 3 year-old boy, 2 dogs, and a cat friend to play with. Thank you so much to everyone for your help and good thoughts!! His new mom says: ‘He’s doing great. Slept on my bed last night, slept on the dryer all day while I was at school. Using the litter box no problem and eats the food I’ve been giving him. He’s fitting in just fine.'”
Robin adds, “It makes me Squee to know he’s sleeping in someone’s bed now! And his new family found him through some posters we put up on Marshall’s campus. Will send pic when I get it!”
“I hope you can post one of these pictures…so unusual for this time of year. Baby skunks are active during the winter and this little guy is so behind…at only 4 weeks old, “Bolt” is our 1st ever fall baby. Found staggering all alone in a parking lot, he was rescued and will spend the winter months at Woodlands Wildlife Sanctuary. We are also hoping to win a grant for a new wildlife nursery and need people to vote for us!” -Monika M.