Iron was rescued just a few days ago, Someone posted a video of him on the streets, and a SCARS volunteer collected him the next day. He was immediately taken to the vet, where he was x-rayed and examined. have never seen a cat in such condition. Continue reading Emaciated And Mutilated Cat Rescued From The Streets
Rescue can vary from “oh, come here you little cutie, you don’t belong in the streets” to “oh MY GOD, how is it possible that it’s still alive?”. In this cat’s case, it was the second one. I have no idea how he managed to stay alive in that condition, but somehow he did. Continue reading Rescue Of A Male Cat Suffering From…Everything – Meet Iron
Abandoned at 17, after losing everything and being abused and mistreated, Cinnamon came to us angry, confused and full of hatred. And while we thought that her days were counted, she didn’t just survive, against all odd, she thrived. Continue reading Abandoned At Seventeen, This Cat Thrived Against All Odds
Handicap animals are not to be pitted. They can’t survive on their own out on the streets, but can have a happy life in a home. Melinos survived, against all odds, and lived his nine lives to the fullest. He deserved to be remembered, and the video above is dedicated to his memory. Continue reading Handicap Cat Dies After Living His Nine Lives To The Fullest
Rainbow kitten is what we called him, among other nicknames, like Robocat, Supercat etc. His real name is Chance, named after the charity that rescued him (SCARS – Second Chance Animal Rescue Society). Continue reading Rainbow Kitten Loses His Leg But Gains Back His Life
Rescue is so many things, that if you start explaining what it’s all about, you can go on forever and ever. From removing strays from the streets and fostering them, to TNRing and feeding them, rescue comes in so many forms, that if you truly want to help, you can definitely find a way that fits your lifestyle. Continue reading Rescue Dog Accompanies His Owners While They Feed The Strays
Can blind cats have a normal life? Yes! The answer is most definitely yes. The brain rewires itself to boost the remaining senses, and especially if they are born blind, they can even trick you into believing that they might not actually suffer 100% sight loss. Blind cats suffer a lot of discrimination and having one adopted is never an easy task, but once you get to meet one blind kitten, you’ll soon realize that it can be as playful, funny and happy as any other healthy feline friend. In fact the way they manage to overcome their problem makes most blind kittens appear smarter than the rest. Continue reading Blind Cats: Can They Have A Normal Life?