Can you even believe this? This ResQte happened the Day After Christmas! “Meet Hadley. 4 months old. Mutt 4.0. Rescued 12/26/15. My husband and I had a quiet Christmas. Sort of missing the excitement of what used to be. So the day after….I saw a local rescue trailer at the pet store and my gut said STOP. GO IN. So this time I listened to my gut. The rest is history in the making. Hadley will make future Christmases so bright! So really, it was a double rescue!” -Kris H.
This kitteh was returned to the shelter TWICE! (He has a home now.) The story: first time, the owner died. Whoops. Second time, Tribble got stressed out living with four kids….imagine that. And you wonder WHY his name is Tribble?
Click the video and don’t forget to turn those Speakers UP!
A combo post this time around! This Wommie Chubster was rescued from Woods Lake in Tasmania, according to this Mashable story. Wommie was struggling in the water and risked drowning!
Craig Wilson and his stepfather Bob Wilton were able to haul the Wommie into their boat and they returned to shore, where said Wommie beat a hasty retreat into the woods. Good on ya!
(Also see deets from The Advocate.)
This little kitteh was rescued from a storm drain in Concord, CA.! We can ALL give thanks for that!
If you see this Snuggler, you are urged to
report it to police right away give her a massive snorgle. “I love your website and am always spreading Teh QTE to my coworkers,” writes Meredith M. “This my goofball Evie who I rescued a little over a year ago. She is a whippet mix and would love to make an appearance on your website!”
“Alfie is a 9 week old kitten that was rescued from Chicago animal control. Her feet were bandaged so the rescue didn’t know what to expect. When she was taken to the vet they discovered that she had no back feet! She had experienced some unknown trauma before she was found and is now healing at her foster home. Alfie gets weekly vet care and is under the supervision of a super surgeon. Once she is old enough the vet will be able to determine what course of action to take. For now, she is a happy and active little kitten who doesn’t know she is different.” -Kara B.
You’re a Mother Duck. You and your gang need help crossing the road. Who ya gonna call? No, NOT “Ghostbusters.” Call Officer Chad McGary of the Washington State Fish & Wildlife “Detachment 19,” (whatever that is.)
Uber’s going to be plenty busy this morning. (The above photo via Twitter was taken in Connecticut.) Open up the Uber app on your smartphone and you can get a kitteh delivered to your office (between the hours of 11 and 3 local time.) Once the kittens arrive, you and your friends will get to enjoy 15 minutes of kitten cuteness! The best part? In most of the 50 cities taking part, kittens are eligible for adoption. It’s just a $30 “snuggle fee” for the best 15 minutes of your day and they will turn around and support the participating shelters!
Here’s a list of the participating shelters/cities! Do you have kittens in the office? Let us know!