In 1969 Ace Bourke and John Rendall were two young Australian travellers who had just arrived in London when they bought a lion cub from Harrods department store. It was an impractical “impulse” buy, but while he was a cub they felt they could look after him as well as anyone, and do their best…
King of the beasts, the lion was once widespread across Africa and Europe. The UK even once had its own native population of this fearsome predator! Sadly, as with many lion subspecies, the Barbary or Atlas Lion is now extinct in the wild, although ancestors of these formerly wild populations still exist in captivity.
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Hey! I wanted to share my foster kitty Tigger. He has an amazing survival story.
A veteran firefighter gets some recognition after he helped a woman rescue a cat tossed from a moving vehicle.
This is the story of sisters Dusty & Smokey and how they crawled into our hearts. They are from Cape Town, South Africa.
Bindy, still a kitten at 5 to 6 months old, was beaten by a male member of her household because she was “a bad kitty” for getting pregnant. Bindy is safe from her abuser now and she is in the care of Michigan Cat Rescue.
Back in 2010, a woman was filmed dumping cat in wheelie bin in Coventry. The cat is a four-year-old tabby named Lola. She was discovered 15 hours later by owner Darryl Mann after he heard her cries.
Surprisingly, there are some human females who show a rather similar calico pattern that you can actually see on their skin. But it is not revealed as a patchwork of colors. No, you will never see a woman with the distinctive skin patchwork coloration of a calico cat walking down the street.