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Our sixth photo contest was just as much fun as the first five! We received nearly 2,000 entries, and we loved looking at each and every one of them. With our readers’ help, we narrowed it down to these three winners.
Our sixth photo contest was just as much fun as the first five! We received nearly 2,000 entries, and we loved looking at each and every one of them. With our readers’ help, we narrowed it down to these three winners.
We all know the myth that cats and dogs don’t get along. But for Alani, a tiny, tiger-striped tabby kitten with a severe front paw injury, and a kind-hearted Chihuahua-mix dog named Simon, they’re not only housemates but best friends, too.
We all know the myth that cats and dogs don’t get along. But for Alani, a tiny, tiger-striped tabby kitten with a severe front paw injury, and a kind-hearted Chihuahua-mix dog named Simon, they’re not only housemates but best friends, too.
The supersized, Virginia shelter cat named Patches, whose story went viral, is inspiring humans around the world in his so-far-so-good journey of weight loss, which adopter Kay Ford shares with the world on the Facebook page Patches’ Journey.
The supersized, Virginia shelter cat named Patches, whose story went viral, is inspiring humans around the world in his so-far-so-good journey of weight loss, which adopter Kay Ford shares with the world on the Facebook page Patches’ Journey.
It’s not uncommon for visitors exploring the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum in West Virginia to assume they are looking at a cute, fuzzy, toy cat when they see Loo sleeping or sitting still among the vintage playthings. But then, the kitty moves and … surprise! They have met the museum’s beloved resident cat, Loo, who is no stuffed toy.
It’s not uncommon for visitors exploring the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum in West Virginia to assume they are looking at a cute, fuzzy, toy cat when they see Loo sleeping or sitting still among the vintage playthings. But then, the kitty moves and … surprise! They have met the museum’s beloved resident cat, Loo, who is no stuffed toy.
Established in 2013, The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York provides free or subsidized specialty care to rescue animals who are hard to adopt because of health issues.
Established in 2013, The Schwarzman Animal Medical Center in New York provides free or subsidized specialty care to rescue animals who are hard to adopt because of health issues.

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