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December 2014

Olaf the cross eyed cat

Cute Kittens

Cute Kittens


Cat survives 36 in a box

Cat survives 36 days in a box

The Barths family were all packed up and ready go, as there planned move from Virginia to Hawaii was on schedule, when they could find their cat.

Certain their beloved cat would turn up the family waited around for the next 3 days with no luck. Heartbroken they gave up on ever seeing the kitty again and flew to there new home in Maui.

Unpacking there shipping container 36 days after they had packed it they heard a faint meow. Tracking down the sound to a box that was quickly open to find their missing cat.

Ashley Barth, told the local news “The guy goes, ‘What was that sound?’ and my heart just kind of sunk for a minute. And I thought, ‘No, no way.’ And then we heard it again. And the guy said, ‘Was that a cat?’”

Miraculously the cat had managed to survive with no food or water for an unbelievable 36 days! The 10 year old cat wasn’t in good shape having lost half of it body weight and eyes were crusted shut.

The cat is currently in a 3 month quarantine because she didn’t receive the necessary vaccinations required by the state of Hawaii.


Green cat in Bulgaria

Green Cat Goes Missing

Remember that emerald green cat from Varna, Bulgaria? Well it seems to have gone missing, local residents tell us that they haven’t seen the colorful cat for 2 or 3 days.

This has raised fears in some that somebody has snatched the cat, while others speculate that the resent rains may have washed the paint off the cat.

Grumpy cat at home

Grump Cat now worth $100 million

That cat with a permanent scowl which has inspired a best-selling series of books and a movie is report to have earned it’s owner Tabatha Bundesen from Morristown, Arizona, an incredible $100 million.

All because there’s something about miserable-looking cat that makes people want to love it. The owner claims the $100 million is not true, but with out a doubt the owner isn’t poor.

Tabatha Bundesen has said; “I was able to quit my job as a waitress within days of her first appearance on social media and the phone simply hasn’t stopped ringing since.”

Bundesen said to The Huffington Post that the $100 million figure is “wildly inaccurate”, but the cat is certainly a money maker.

This 3 year old cat looks the way she does because of feline dwarfism, plus she has an underbite.

Tardy Sauce, her real name, has more than 7 million likes on Facebook, 521,000 followers on Instagram, and she has more than 256,000 followers on Twitter.

Her success seems unstoppable and starring in a new movie: “Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever” may lead more movies.
Janus cat

Cat With TWO Faces Dies

Frankenlouie was called the miracle cat because he was born with two face and not expected to live.

Born with two faces, two noses, two mouths and three eyes, this cat somehow managed to live to the ripe old age of 15 years.

Owned by Marty Stevens, of Grafton, Massachusetts acquired this strange cat at the veterinary school where she worked.

He was just 1 day old, and about to be put down but Ms Stevens took pity on him and brought him home.

At 15, he was the longest known surviving member of a type of cat called the Janus Cats which are named after a Roman god with two faces.

Making it into the Guinness World Records for being the oldest on record, Frankenlouie died of cancer on Thursday at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in Massachusetts, US.
Green Cat Seen in Varna, Bulgaria

Green Cat Seen in Varna, Bulgaria

An emerald colored cat has been sighted in the Black Sea resort town of Varna causing an uproar among the local people.

Believing that cat was painted as a cruel joke the residents setup a Facebook page named ‘Punishment to the perpetrator of this criminal act’.

But now it has come out that the cat has been sleeping on some unused synthetic green paint in a garage.

A video of the unnamed cat has been posted to Youtube showing it to be so far unaffected by the paint.




Louise Catchpole

Pet Detectives Search for Missing Cats

In the past 8 months, 211 cats have gone missing from a town in Suffolk, England named Ipswick.

Cat owners Louise Catchpole and Deni Parkes have grown frustrated with the local police so have decided to take matters into there own and solve this mystery.

Creating a Facebook page, they have joined forces with other cat lovers and set up a website which now has 2,664 members, to try to find those responsible for the missing cats.

Deni said; “I realise cats go missing as they get run over but not in these numbers.”

“I know of one person who had three cats vanish overnight.”

“That isn’t normal which is why we set up the site and database to help track the missing cats.”

Louise has two kittens Nigella and Rupert that were snatched but found days later after being tortured with fur ripped off and burns.

She said, “It’s extremely worrying. I appreciate that cats go missing.”

“It’s in their nature to roam, but too many have gone.”

“The bodies of the cats are not turning up as you would expect if they had been in an accident and run over by a car.

“These are neutered, friendly animals.”

“They are the type that wouldn’t run away if they were ­petted, so they are easy prey for the evil so-and-sos taking them.”

Louise has kept her cats indoors since they were snatched last year.

Adding, “They have gone in clusters. We will hear that a few have disappeared over a few nights, then it will stop.”

“It all seems very, very odd. This many cats don’t go missing. There are no bodies in bins or on the roads. They are just gone.”

“The police have been sympathetic, but they are pretty powerless unless they catch someone red-handed.”

“But something needs to be done.”

“Surely someone must know what is going on who will tell us or the police, so we can stop it.”

Toni Clarke is now convinced that her ­missing Siamese cat Clooney is also a victim.

She said: “The past 17 months have been a daily search.”

“We’ve even had tracker dogs out to find him and they’ve come up with nothing. All they came up with is a dead fox.”

“And the fact is Clooney wouldn’t just run away.”

“He’s more like a dog in that respect and stays close to home. Sadly, I don’t think the police take it at all seriously.”

The group filmed a man and woman enticing cats into a car and gave the Suffolk police the footage.

Deni said: “The police were handed evidence of a woman who spent six ­minutes enticing two cats with treats.”

“Once they came near she grabbed them one by one and put them in a ­waiting car being driven by a second person.

“Only for the fact this had been seen were the cats released.”

“We are still waiting for feedback from the police about what they plan to do.”

“It is frustrating when we forward information, are working hard to establish what is happening, to be met with silence.”

“Some might be glad, because they don’t like cats, but if a crime is being committed in your community against cats, ask yourself what other crime are these people capable of?”

“I know if 200 dogs were missing there would be an uproar, because by law they are better protected than cats, and cats are classified as ‘roamers’.”

Ipswich police Sgt Mark Thomas said: “We understand the distress and upset caused when a cat is missing or lost, but officers have had no evidence to suggest that cats are being stolen or ill-treated on a large scale.”

Louise said: “You can make a dog very angry using a cat as bait.

“Once they have a taste for killing they move on to a real fight. It enhances the odds for illegal bookmakers and there is lots of money in it.”

Even more worrying is the fact that cruelty to animals can be an early sign of a psychopath in the making.

Whatever the reason, the case is not unique.

Last month, 30 cats were ­reported missing from the small town of Irthlingborough, in Northants.

Louise said: “It’s frightening. It’s as if these people are roaming around hunting the cats.

“It makes my blood run cold.

“If these people are prepared to wander on to my property, take my cats and torture them what else are they prepared to do?”

If you can help join the Facebook group Ipswich Missing Cats or go to






December 2014

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