Without any further ado … here we go!
Without any further ado … here we go!
Batman, who is an orphaned piglet living at the Rancho Relaxo rescue in Woodstown, N.J., can be seen in the clip below comforting his kitten friend Sriracha as the feline had a seizure in a video posted to Instagram.
Sriracha, sadly, has been diagnosed with a neurological disorder called cerebellar hypoplasia.
As a result of this particular condition, she has a lot of problems walking and keeping her balance. She also suffers frequent seizures, according to the rescue.
However, the 2-week-old piglet could be seen the video cuddling up on his friend, and even holding onto the shaking kitten.
“He has been extra attached to Sriracha today,” who is the rescue founder Caitlin Cimini writes. “I swear he knows she has had a bad couple of days and feels the need to comfort her.”
This video is certain to make you go awwwww!
This extremely cute ginger kitten arrived in his new forever home and waiting for him right there on the floor is the family Pitbull. He sure looks huge next to the tiny kitty but tiny kitty’s not worried at all and begins to investigate the big dog’s paws.
And then, before you even know it, the extremely friendly Pitbull leans in to give a big sloppy kiss.
We think it’s absolutely lovely to see and we’re sure they’ll become the best of friends in no time!
They completely rule this earth that we mere mortals tread. When you have a cat, you need to accept the fact that it is the cat that is giving you an opportunity to live with it, and not the other way around.
And you must remember this: Never break these rules. If you do, your precious kitty will not hesitate to show you his “not-so-nice” side.
But also, over the course of many generations, cats have learned that it’s the only way to effectively train us humans. *sigh*
1% photos of family and friends.
96% images of kitty.
Using them is just part of the everyday daily ritual of anyone who self-identifies as a “crazy cat lady.”
It doesn’t matter if you’ve spent thousands of dollars on some luxury cat bed, your cat will more than likely end up sleeping in the box that the bed came in instead.
Just when you begin working, your kitty sits her bum right atop your keyboard.
Your excuse is so much more valid than something like “my dog ate my homework” BS.
It doesn’t matter if your legs literally fall asleep and you have to chop them off. Your cat’s comfort is the most important thing in the entire universe, and you wouldn’t dare compromise it for your own selfish needs.
Forget ‘family’. Cat + human = true love.
And playing with them is a well-known stress reliever.
Knocking stuff onto the floor has never before seemed to be so appealing.
Dangerous, perhaps? Probably, but VERY impressive!
And if a cat offers a dead rodent to you, it is actually declaring its eternal love.
Cats don’t need anything at all from their humans. (Well, hardly anything!)
Who needs Cirque du Soleil when instead, you can have a loving being at home who is just as skilled at climbing curtains and performing incredible feats?
The game consists of shredding the TP completely to bits and pieces and dragging it all around the house.
Their tiny paws hold the power to cure just about all pain and suffering. Well, perhaps not, but they certainly do feel great and fill us with love
Having a cat or two or thirty can be a great thing, however, it also comes with its challenges.
Cats can actually be quite bizarre creatures who have no care for your schedule at all. They have the ideal life and will do anything possible to make it happen, even if that somehow means waking you up in the middle of the night.
Waking up when you have a cat in your home is a process. Some of them just will sit quietly beside you and poke your face, while others will just sit right down on top of your head. Each and every cat in the world is different, however, they’re all goofballs.
These 16 cat owners featured below know only too well what it’s like to wake up when there is a cat in the house.
When you rescue any kind of animal, you are undoubtedly changing two lives: the life of the animal and also your own.
Many pet owners have taken to Reddit to show how animals, in particular cats, can change between the moment you rescue them to the present day.
Meg from Shared.com wrote:
“This is my cat, Jazz, who we rescued from a shelter. She was found as a stray and was most likely abused in her old home. We got her when I was 15, and we knew she was the one when she reached out a tapped my dad on the shoulder. When we first took her home, she was skittish and didn’t even know how to clean herself (our other cat was on bath duty.) Now, she’s a certified goofball and will stop at nothing to get your love and attention. We love her so much we made a canvas print to hang over her favorite spot”.
And now, here are 14 more rescue stories that are sure to melt your heart. If they don’t, then you might want to get your heart checked!
“He was skinny enough that I could feel his ribs and collar bone. Spork has since gained several pounds and made himself very at home here.”
“It’s pretty apparent how far he’s come in a year since we got him.”
“He’s done as much for me as I’ve done for him. He’s a great companion.”
“She’s come a long way”
“Here’s Brooklyn hiding under the fridge the day we brought her home. And now here she is taking up half the love seat.”
“My friend rescued a freakishly tiny kitten named “Stuart Little”. Here is a before and after picture.”
“My dumpster kitty; Before and after. Meet Marley.”
“He was found by a person who brought him to the local shelter … he truly melted my heart.”
“My cat Louie was found abandoned in the street at 2 weeks old … After weeks of bottle feeding and intensive care, he grew into a healthy kitten!”
“As he fattened up his playful side started to show itself – he is an extremely silly kitty!”
“There she was at the shelter … [Then] day one at her new home”
“Before is from the day I picked him up off the street, emaciated and filthy. After is a few months into his life with his new family!”
“Kaylee … Found inside wheelwell of neighbor’s car in June 2013”
“He was knocking on death’s door. Some TLC and close cat mommy monitoring and I’ve had him for 4.5 years now.”