A Cat Rescue Saved Sadie From the Shelter

Sadie Loses Human and Home

We felines, despite what some say, tend to bond with our humans. We become very sad when we lose them. Then to make things more difficult, we often are sent to shelters. Being sad about losing our human and being in a strange place means we are not as furiendly as we normally are, and sometimes, we do not get out of the shelter. That is what happened to Sadie. She loved her human, and she was used to her human waking up to give her noms. One day, her human did not do that, so Sadie went to see Read more [...]
Bagheera The Diabetic Cat's Furiend Jacey

Jacey and Marley Share Stories

Hi, everyone! It is Jacey. Marley and I will share some stories you may have missed because Bagheera is busy working on his fur tan. I swear, this guy may not have been born in Southern California like me and Marley, but he has definitely adapted to living here. Bagheera, Marley, and I are fortunate to be very good looking cats. Whenever people see us, they say we are very pretty or in the case of Bagheera, very handsome. But not all felines are as pleasing to the eye as we are. That does Read more [...]
Harry is a Very Rare Male Tortoiseshell Cat

Very Rare Cat At Scottish Rescue

I know I am an unusual cat. I am a bengal cat, and we are relatively uncommon. I am bigger than normal bengal cats. I am also a polydactyl cat. And then, even though I wish I did not have this condition, being a diabetic cat makes me even more unusual. But as unique and different as I am, I am nowhere as uncommon as a feline in Scotland. You see, my furiends, virtually all tortoiseshell cats are females. But one cat who was turned in to Lothian Cat Rescue in Scotland is a male tortoiseshell. Not Read more [...]

I am a bengal cat who was born in 2005. In the summer of 2012, I was diagnosed as a diabetic cat. I want everyone to know that diabetic cats like me are just as fun and loving as cats without the disease.