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Inside The Charm School For Rescue Kittens | CUTE AS FLUFF6m28s

Inside The Charm School For Rescue Kittens | CUTE AS FLUFF

A school for kittens is rescuing and socialising stray cats so that they can be adopted into loving homes. In 2012, Shawn Simons, 50, set up Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats in Los Angeles after recovering from temporary paralysis caused by a double disc rupture in her spine, and giving up her life as a high flier in the television industry. Shawn developed her own curriculum for the cats and has dedicated her entire life to changing theirs. Since then the ‘Headmistress' has successfully rescued and rehabilitated thousands of cats.

Amputee Turtle’s Epic Adventure | WILDEST ANIMAL RESCUES2m42s

Amputee Turtle’s Epic Adventure | WILDEST ANIMAL RESCUES

A YOUNG turtle with only three flippers has exceeded expectations and migrated across the ocean. The loggerhead turtle was rescued on 12 July 2016 by environmental non-profit organisation Equinac, off the coast of Spain. At the time of discovery, the endangered animal, who rescuers have called Benjamin, had an almost-dead fin due to it being entangled in fishing equipment. Sadly, there was nothing that could be done to save the flipper, so the organisation chose to amputate the limb. When it came time to release him back into the wild in July 2018, the team decided to fit a tracking device to his shell. He was released in Cabo de Gata Natural Park in the Mediterranean, and has already travelled further than the team at Equinac ever expected.

The Woman Who’s Rescued Thousands of Guinea Pigs | CUTE AS FLUFF4m23s

The Woman Who’s Rescued Thousands of Guinea Pigs | CUTE AS FLUFF

A woman has dedicated her life to caring for hundreds of adorable guinea pigs. Saskia Chiesa set up Los Angeles Guinea Pig Rescue 20 years ago in Chatsworth, California. After discovering that there was no place for rescued guinea pigs to go in LA, Saskia knew she had to set up her own to save her spirit animal. The guinea pig lover expected to start slowly but she found herself with 20 guinea pigs with health problems within the first month.