rescue a pet

Okay you guys listen. I’ve been in a pretty depressive state for the last few months and it’s not been very fun dealing with my mental illness but let me tell you all about something that’s just made me smile massively. With all the horrible things going on in the world this is just something small that genuinely made me happy for a moment.

Any ways this little kitten is named Chloe. She was recused from suspected abuse which left her unable to use her back legs or pee on her own. Her bladder had to be manually expressed. Her back was messed up. All she could do is scoot around on this box. But today she had her first session of acupuncture and look how wonderful the results were!! She twitched her tail, kicked, and even stood up on her legs! This is amazing! ***All credit to kittenxlady on Instagram both videos are hers.

Please follow @ kittenxlady on Instagram for the full story. She is an amazing kitten rescuer and advocate for bottle baby kittens. She posts very valuable information about taking care of orphaned kittens.

A neighbour’s cat was expelled from her own house by the neighbour’s other cat. As we always have cat food out, she made our house her home. Turns out she was pregnant! Here are the kittens with one month and a half. Two have been adopted, we’re keeping the mom and perhaps one or two kittens, depending whether they are adopted or not. 

(submitted by @bowtie-and-socks)


Sooo I haven’t been on much this weekend but it’s mostly been bc of this💙
I haven’t gone to Petco in forever, but I stopped buy to buy some gravel and pretty much all of their betta’s were extremely sick. I pulled the guy working in aquatics to show him what was wrong and he told me that they were fine?? They had fins rotting away and some of them were really beyond help and it was frustrating. I wore him down enough that he actually let me pick one to take home.
This little guy was at the bottom of his cup and really dull, I’m glad I could give him a warm, and clean home.

Big Boi and I are happy to announce that after fostering for 3 months, lots of walks, and even more kisses and snuggles, we are a foster failure. In case you don’t know that term, that means I officially adopted him yesterday from the Gulf Coast Humane Society. Fostering was perfect for us while I wasn’t sure about adopting yet, and being a foster mom showed me all I was missing. I can’t imagine giving him back before traveling this summer to Ohio. Trust me, I am luckier than him in this.