Caturday: LoveMeow Offers Stories about Rescues

Today’s Caturday post is about a site that offers stories and pictures about kitties that have been rescued. is a “blog for ultimate cat lovers.” I think it’s pretty awesome that they show how kittens and cats recover after being rescued. Both of our boys were rescue cats and they are–for the most part–pretty awesome.

This video of a kitten and a lullaby is just one of the many things you’ll see when you visit their site. Plus, the site’s owners will make a small five cent donation for any comment on a post. How cool is that?

If you’ve got any Caturday sites or stories you’d like to recommend, then feel free to send them my way. Either post in the comments below, or contact me.

Monica Valentinelli is a writer, editor, and game developer. Her portfolio includes stories, games, comics, essays, and pop culture books.

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