We've all seen cats and kittens chasing their own tails, which is adorable in and of itself. But these two tiny 6-week old kittens - Milo and Betsy - take 'adorable' to a whole new level. http://sheltercatsandkittens.com
While waiting for the firework show to start, this spectacular lightning strike is captured directly above Cinderella's Castle. It seems to start at the peak of the castle and spread out in all directions. See this mesmerizing phenomena in slow-motion!
Kittens are tiny, sweet and adorable. Who also happen to makes messes. But as evidenced here, they also love to 'try' and help out with clean up time. MOL. Check out Winnie the Kitten's brand new Facebook page here! https://www.facebook.com/WinnieTheKitten2015/
Frankie the Cat is captured here giving her best friend, Max the dog, a much needed bath. What an adorable kitty cat and puppy relationship this is!
What an adorable doggy and kitty compilation this is! Here are five of the cutest, and most adorable, kitty cat and dog relationships that you may ever see. Simply heart warming!
https://www.sheltercatsandkittens.com Speedo, an incredibly sweet kitten who was born with "Swimmer syndrome," had to undergo multiple daily physical therapy treatments and activities. One of the activities that he definitely enjoyed was playing with his Cat's Meow toy. This video shows him during the first time he discovered the toy, and again with the toy several days later. Having him move around with his hind legs taped together helped to increase his muscle tone and strength, improve his limb coordination and stimulate circulation to his tissues. See how Speedo is doing today and follow him on Facebook here! https://www.facebook.com/Speedo-Man-the-Swimmer-Syndrome-Kitten-1507966706147693/timeline
This is our own cat, Baby Girl, playing fetch! Some cats, especially this kitty, can fetch better than most dogs! We at least think she is adorable!
Two cute and funny foster kittens dancing, moshing and attempting to head bang! Cats do have talent!
We were tasked with the challenge of fostering and rehabilitating Speedo, an adorable and loving kitten who was diagnosed with Swimmer syndrome. This is a rare developmental deformity of newborn cats, whereby the hind limbs, and at times the front limbs as well, are splayed laterally resulting in an inability or difficulty to stand or walk. However, after further evaluation, it was determined that Speedo had suffered additional nerve damage that would likely prevent him from ever being able to walk upright and rendering him incontinent. After almost two months of numerous vet appointments and hours of physical therapy, the shelter made the decision to euthanize Speedo as he was deemed "un-adoptable" due to his incontinence and low expected adopter pool...unless we could find him his forever home. Most importantly, Speedo is not in any pain, has no current or expected suffering and could live a long and healthy life. Euthanasia was decided simply because of a predicted small adopter pool. He is mobile, and besides his incontinence, he is very healthy. Additionally, Speedo is the most loving and sweetest kitten in the whole widest world. So we made this video and shared Speedo's story with everyone that we could in the hopes to find his new forever home and save him from euthanasia. Within the first week we received so many messages from people all over the country wanting to help in some way and especially being interested in welcoming Speedo into their own home. It was such a blessing to witness all the love and support for this little guy, and to see how many wonderful people there really are out there. Thankfully, we were incredibly fortunate to get in contact with an absolutely wonderful couple that actually lives in our area. They were able to see Speedo, and he seemingly captured their hearts immediately, just as he captured ours. They were so concerned and caring throughout this whole process, and so willing to do whatever it took to make sure Speedo had his fair shot at life. And we now have the comfort of knowing that he will have that fair shot, and will indeed live a long, healthy life full of the care and love he deserves, with two incredible parents and a new, older step-brother.
Our adorable and fluffy 5-week-old kitten, Winnie, loves to play and get tickled.
This is Murphy, an adorable 5-month-old orange tabby kitten. We recently learned that he LOVES having a laundry basket placed over him. He plays with all his toys while under the basket, and has become excellent at maneuvering it all over the room. In fact, when we take the basket off he jumps right back in it wanting to play under it more!
Here is our cute and fluffy kitten, Winnie, practicing her "dragon" roar since she was about 4-weeks old! She still struggles to produce some strong vocals but she is cute as ever!
We have all seen versions of "Kitty Whack A Mole," all with human intervention required. However, this cat and kitty don't need any human assistance to play their own version of Whack A Mole. Check out the adorable kitty's face and the big cat's reaction and surprise when she sees the tiny kitten popping out of the box! This is so cute and funny!
This is our famous Winnie, the dancing Uptown Kitty Funk kitten, playing some fetch. She absolutely loves to fetch anything and everything, and will play for hours!
Watch as these two adorable kittens, named Tulip and Daisy, bob their heads to heavy metal music. Now that's cute! Check out 'Shelter Cats and Kittens' for more.
This adorable foster kitten, named Tulip, gets a bath from her stand-in-mother cat. Now that's an easy way to keep the cats clean!