Helix, born with a condition called Cerebellar Hypoplasia, is a beloved rescue kitty living his life in Austin, Texas. Cerebellar Hypoplasia, also known as CH, affects his balance but doesn’t cause him any pain. His furever family provides the support and love necessary for him to live a full and happy life. Watch as this inspirational boy shows us just how big of a fighter he is by never giving up hope.
Hiking. Kayaking. Camping. Sailing. Sounds like something an adventure-seeker would love to do but what if I told you that this story isn’t about your ordinary adventure-seeker. Nope. This story is about two abandoned cats who found a furever home along with their passions in life. Meet Keel and Bolt, brothers found at a young age left behind a dumpster, who quickly discovered their love for the outdoors. Their adventures take them hiking, canoeing, kayaking, sailing,and snowshoeing. And up next is rock climbing (if they find the perfect harnesses) and swimming. They even have their own leash, harness, rain coat, and life jacket! Read more here about the adventures of Keel and Bolt. There’s even a video of their exciting outings!
Friends come in all shapes and sizes, as well as species. Over the years, we have seen a number of unusual animal friendships across the Internet from a chimpanzee and a tiger to a dog and an elephant. But have you heard the story of Morris, a horseback riding cat? Try not smile (or cry) when you watch this heartwarming video of a horse named Champy and his unusual companion, a short-haired cat named Morris, spend countless hours riding together. Watch as they eat together, groom each other, and just spend time together in the sunny pasture. This truly is an unusually wonderful friendship!
Cats and Yoga?! Yup, you heard me right. The cat yoga trend is on the rise but it’s more than just performing yoga poses with a cat beside you. It serves a much bigger purpose actually—adoption! Across the country, yoga studios are teaming up with cat shelters in order to try and find homes for cats in need. These classes are a great way for potential owners and cats to meet, on the cat’s level. It’s definitely a win-win for cat lovers and exercise enthusiasts alike! Check out the article here.