Leon lost his eyes when he was a tiny kitten, but today he’s having the time of his life with his best kitten buddy in his new home.
When Sara Vincent retired, she decided she wanted to play with kittens every day, so that’s exactly what she did.
A days-old kitten arrived at Best Friends with injuries, but in a foster home he received around-the-clock care to heal and thrive.
Squeegee was only days old and struggling to survive when he arrived at Best Friends, but in a foster home he flourished and formed a lifelong connection.
Once ailing kitten, aptly named after the Greek goddess of spring, overcomes illness with the help of Best Friends to flourish in a home.
Best Friends teams up with shelters from coast to coast to collect supplies and recruit foster volunteers just in time for kitten season.
Little Lion Foundation gets help in building financial sustainability to save more kittens.
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.