Read all about it – the top cat news making headlines include a rescue effort following the devastating tornado outbreak in the mid-South, a “talking cat”, a Christmas tree rescue, and more.
Massachusetts takes in displaced Kentucky kitties
When a series of devastating tornadoes swept through several states in the first week of December, humans weren’t the only ones impacted. Showing solidarity, organizations throughout the country have moved to take in hundreds of at-risk cats and other pets. Here’s the story of one of them.
Kentucky animal-rescue services still need more help
After a major disaster, clean-up isn’t easy. Even before the power gets turned back on or people get back into homes, sometimes it’s difficult to get basics like food and water to people in need. Behind that, a whole separate brigade of humans get to work to make sure that our furry friends aren’t left to suffer in the background. Here’s one other effort underway.
Tik-Tok couple gets creative so keep cats out of tree
Well, this is one way to keep your cat from knocking your Christmas tree over. If you don’t mind a little noise and clutter around the tree.
Florida cat learns to speak…
Billi the cat might be extraordinary, or she might just be one of the first cats to have the chance to express their needs in a way humans can understand.
From the article:
Baker’s concerns quickly washed away once it became clear that Billi was able to press the button “food” — which she appeared to enjoy doing perhaps a little too much.
“She was definitely heavy enough for it,” Baker said. “And then I later regretted starting with food because it kind of backfired on me, but it definitely got the ball rolling.”
Disabled South Carolina cat travels in a see-through backpack
Sarge has a severe disability that limits her mobility. That didn’t stop her human from finding a way to let her enjoy the world. Check out the adorable, heart-warming story here.
Cats save family from deadly snake hiding in Christmas tree
Of all the reasons your cat might be staring intently at your holiday tree, this is probably the least likely.