A couple of weeks back we took you, thru the magic of video, to a ResQte place in California called Cat House On The Kings.
Now, we’re going back! ‘Cause why not. LOOK at these PAWSITIVELY PROSH faces! GAAAAAAAAAAAA.
This terrific brought-Dropbox-to-its-knees imagery courtesy of KB. The Cat House Facebook has lotz more of the informations.
Back in February we told you about Hank, a little guy who wandered into the Milwaukee Brewers spring training camp outside Phoenix. Suffice to say, Hank is now Big Time. Not only has he been adopted by a member of the team’s front office, he’s gonna have his own…wait for it…bobblehead.
First six photos by Mike De Sisti, submitted by Sara M.
There are a lot of wunnerful peeps in the world. Peeps who have come through a lot. Here’s some wunnerful puppehs who have come through a lot too. And they laff, an’ play,
An’ they baroo,
An’ they’ll spread The Cute all the way!
“Cuteness alert at the Panda Paws Rescue. Ever since I found out about them I have been obsessed.” -Nini, Panda Paws Rescue.
Can you spot which one?
“We hope you are “spotted” doing something fun today! Therapy horse, Circus, with his look-a-like friends, all rescued Dalmatians.” -Gentle Carousel Miniature Therapy Horses, an all-volunteer non-profit, visits over 25,000 adults and children each year in hospitals, hospices, assisted living and families who have experienced traumatic events. Also on Facebook. -Susan M.
The Cat House on the Kings in Parlier, CA. is California’s largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center. This non-profit group receives no government or public funding and depends on donations from animal lovers.
Hundreds of kittehs roam free on the protected property and live out their lives with safety and lots of love. (And of course some pupsters too.)
FAVE FRAME #1:
FAVE FRAME #2:
(The music is “Where You Do Belong” featuring One Hello World.)
Created by KB via iMovie.
This is Schrödinger, a Siamese, a cat of striking beauty and distinction,
with exquisitely adorable moon diamond eyes, impeccable elegance, who is enchantingly mysterious and also happens to be altogether smokin’!
Only one problem. Schrödinger was a straggly, stray, street urchin. Yet, simply given a second chance, the transformation is nothing short of amazing. And here he is making his world debut on CO! Yesss.
“My siamese cat Schrödinger was a filthy, feral teenage cat when we rescued him a few months ago. Stinky, skinny, infested, hungry… Once we got past all the ear mites, fleas, worms, bad habits, he was a changed kitty and is now quite the handsome meezer and quite a ladykiller.” -Lottie P.