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Calvin Tucker is one special, special man. This video simply speaks for itself. Calvin, the world owes you a sincere thank you.
To help Calvin rescue more animals, visit: https://thedo.do/helpcalvin.
Translation: One day, a cat randomly showed up to the man who lives alone in the secluded mountain and after feeling sincere love from the man, the cat bursts into tears.. What happened to the cat before he met the man?
VIDEO: "You might like cats, but you're not a cat person like husband and wife, Shawn Redner and Hilary Siegel-Redner in Menomonee Falls.
They have rescued dozens of cats, adopted 7 and are about to add another to their home, and they just recently turned their home into a cat museum with over 2,000 cat-themed figurines, plates, stuffed animals, paintings, photos, and anything else..."
See the story & video here: - TMJ4
See the slideshow here - WTMJ-TV
"WATERTOWN — Donations have been rolling in as more people hear about what Mike Manning, a retired Vietnam War veteran, has been doing for more than 20 years to feed and protect a colony of cats on Burlington Street.
But his message of population control and owning a pet responsibly might be more important, coming after years of caring for feral cats or those domesticated that people apparently drop off." - NNY360
"All animal caretakers are unique in their own right. However, this particular cat mom is going so above and beyond to keep her pet kitty entertained that she may be putting all the other pet parents to shame.
Twitter user Jake Lambert posted four photos with a caption that read, “Week 8 of lockdown: My girlfriend made an art gallery for our cat”." - HindustanTimes
CatNewsHeadlines editor's note: This is one of those well written stories that are a pleasure to read again and again.]
"The difference between three cats living in the house and four is about like the difference in having a couple of 4-H or FFA show calves and an actual farm or ranch.
The first is a hobby. The second is work." - The Oklahoman
"When everyone adopting a pet wants a perfect, tiny kitten, cats who are older, ill, or have a disability, can be left by the wayside, spending months rejected and alone in shelters. One woman is opening her heart and home to these ‘less desirable’ felines, giving them all the love and affection they deserve in their final days. Michele Hoffman, from Santa Barbara, is the owner of Milo’s Sanctuary, a shelter that’s for cats who are terminally sick, coming to the end of their life, or have disabilities. - METRO
"I don’t know much about this saint-like woman in Indonesia. She deserves a medal and recognition for her voluntary struggles in rescuing homeless cats from huge mounds of garbage in Indonesia’s West• Salmiati rescues cats in Indonesia Sumatra province which is why I am writing this. Her name is Salmiati. I have her name in the title deliberately. It deserves to be there. It should be shouted from the rooftops." - PoC
"More than a dozen cats and dogs vie for Maryam al-Balushi's attention as she hands out treats on a bed in her home in Oman's capital Muscat.
Despite complaints from neighbours and mounting expense, she has accumulated 480 cats and 12 dogs, describing her pets as a mood-lifter and better companions than her fellow humans" - france24
Sanctuary. A place of refuge and protection.
"Roseanne and Tom Hayes, “Tommy and Rose” to their friends, created a unique sanctuary together in Mount Pleasant called Almost Home Feline Refuge. Within the confines of their own home they created a unique sanctuary where feral cats experienced comfort, safety and, of course, love.
It was Rose who was the driving force of the sanctuary. But then, this past September, she passed away unexpectedly and the fate of the sanctuary was left to her husband of 46 years, Tommy." - Moultrie News
"Hartford, Connecticut is home to Willie Ortiz. He is a wonderful man who has been feeding stray cats and watching over them for the last 22 years. He is a scrap metal collector and spends most of his doing his job to earn a living. He somehow manages to take out the time to give love and offer care to stray kittens and cats. Every day and every night he brings food for the cats and feeds them." - HIPTORO
• Atlanta man seeks to rescue 300 cats in 24 hours - The Neighbor
• Meet the ‘god’ of stray cats; vet works tirelessly to save them - The Asahi Shimbun
• Helping Christchurch cats live out their nine lives - Otago Daily Times
• Meet the man helping cats survive tough Michigan weather - Click On Detroit
• Murray woman spends 2 hours a day feeding up to 150 feral cats - KSL News Radio
• Meet Bob Reese, volunteer cat rescuer - The Meridian Star
• Pandemic leaves cat lady with extra mouths to feed - Cypress Mail
• Rio Linda’s feral cat trapper - California News Times
The manufacture’s website info and product label design doesn’t matter. Advertising doesn't matter. Internet product reviews and caregiver’s testimonials don't matter. Whether or not your cats’ “like” it doesn’t matter (all kids like junk food). “If you are feeding canned cat food, the ONLY things that matter to your cats’ future and wellbeing are the ingredients in the can and the quality of those ingredients." - Doug Hines Learn more at CatFoodIngredients.com.
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