Respect Your Cat Day is March 28, so we’re celebrating it with affirmations from some amazing cats at the Sanctuary.
Norbert came to Best Friends missing part of his back leg, but time in a foster home and surgery helped the kitten seize the moment (and the curtains) without missing a beat.
Monica’s fear put her life on hold until her photo caught the attention of a good-natured cat person.
Kimberly knew time with Brock Samson may be short, but she loved him, he needed her and even after losing him, she kept her heart wide open.
Malcolm, a three-year-old tuxedo cat, gets a new career in a beachside bookstore patrolling for cuddles from customers (and also for rodents)
When duVergne saw Maisie’s face online she fell in love, and even a few hundred miles couldn’t keep her apart from the small, fluffy feline.
Cory’s special medical needs were a daunting responsibility to many potential adopters, but for Laurel they were what made him perfect.
Best Friends foster volunteers wrote tips for making friends with Pumba, a cat with larger-than-average tortitude, to help her thrive in her new home.
For his first birthday, Nino got the best gift possible: a home, and his family.