Animals, Cats, Pets

Everyday Is Caturday: Sweet Cat Stories To Warm Your Heart Today!

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A tabby cat and his little human have been together since they were babies. The two share a very special friendship and are completely inseparable.

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The parents have documented their special bond on Instagram. It’s evident that kitty loves his little human and the little girl adores her furry best friend.

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Staff Sgt. Jesse Knotts rescued a cat while he was serving in Afghanistan, but the kitty became his saving grace during difficult times. “He pulled me out of one of my darkest times so I had to pull him out of one of his darkest places.”

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A stray cat visits his unlikely friend, a cow, every day on a dairy farm for love and affection. Sometimes when he comes over, the cow welcomes him with a slobbering kiss.

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The cow adores its feline friend and gives him his daily lick. They are genuinely fond of each other

12 thoughts on “Everyday Is Caturday: Sweet Cat Stories To Warm Your Heart Today!”

  1. Note: to Self
    Adopt A Cat
    FRiEnD to
    A Family
    Of Two Inside

    It’s Been
    Two Years

    Too Long

    With A Vacant

    Cat Room SMiLes

    Thanks For The

    Sweet Reminders

    Doc As A Cat

    Is A



    Medicine Of All💫😊🐈

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  2. They truly are beautiful, adorably unique animals.

    Whenever I observe stress in the facial expression of my mother, a typical senior, I also observe how that stress drains from her face and is replaced with joyful adoration when our pet feline enters the room: “Hi, sweetheart,” she’ll say. And I know that countless other seniors—not to mention myself (whether consciously or subconsciously)—with pets also experience the emotional benefits of hosting a cherished pet.

    She appreciates the healthy reciprocal relationships—some animal lovers would go as far as to describe them as somewhat symbiotic—that can exist between pet animals (many of us see them as family members) and their loving and appreciative human hosts, especially physically and/or mentally ill hosts.

    Indeed, animals have a beneficial influence over humanity that many people still cannot fathom; and this beautiful reality of animals’ positive effect on their human hosts can also be beneficial to the animals.

    Besides numerous studies revealing the health-benefits to humans (their high blood pressure is alleviated, for example) when in proximity, and especially when in physical contact, with a domesticated animal, the fact is, when a cat or dog, for instance, is lovingly petted down along its back, it acts as a sort of soothing and healing massage, and that animal’s lifespan and good health increase considerably.

    Many health-care homes are already adopting cats and/or dogs to reside at the facilities, and the data available has revealed the improvement in the health of many patients since the facilities’ adoptions of such pets.

    In a June 14, 2000, Vancouver Sun article it was written that scientific proof reveals a “powerful man-beast bond that transforms lives, alleviates depression and disease, gives direction to the blind and comfort to the lonely and fills homes with a measure of uncomplicated joy that is impossible to fully appreciate until it is gone.”

    There’s been a great increase in human awareness and even the measurability of this fact since then (and likely will continue to do so).

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  3. Only when over-populations of unwanted cats are greatly reduced in number by responsible owners consistently spaying/neutering their felines, will this beautiful animal’s presence be truly appreciated, especially for the symbiotic-like healthy relationships (contrary to common misinformation) they offer their loving owners.

    About three years ago, it was reported that Surrey, B.C. had/has approximately 36,000 feral and stray cats, so many of which are allowed to suffer severe malnourishment, debilitating injury and/or infection by callously neglectful municipal government as well as individual residents who choose to remain silent.

    It’s as though there’s a subconscious human perception that the value, or lack thereof, of such animal life (if not even human life in regularly war-torn or overpopulated famine-stricken global regions) is reflected by its overabundance and the protracted conditions under which it suffers.


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