Tenth Life Helps Tiny Felines

Furiends, I know that many of you want to help tiny felines. One thing to remember is that if you see tiny felines and their mother is close by, leave them alone. It is likely their mother will come to help them soon. Observe for a while to see if the mother is taking care of the tiny felines.

That will prevent what happened with four tiny felines from occurring. These tiny felines were abandoned by their mother when a well meaning human intervened when she was moving them to safer ground. The mother thought these tiny felines were lost, so they moved on.

Say Hello to Chirp, Chuckle, Chatter and Squeak

But Tenth Life took them in, and they are working hard to give these tiny felines the care their mother would have provided them. Kind humans at the organization are giving them around the cat bottle feeding. They also weigh the tiny felines, help them relieve themselves, and do all the other things a mother would do.

It is hard work, but the kind humans at Tenth Life who do these things enjoy it. They get to spend time with adorable tiny felines. When these tiny felines grow big enough to be adopted, they are happy because they gave them a chance to thrive.

Learn more about what to do if you see tiny felines here. That way, you help them if they need it and you do not separate them from their mothers if they do not.

Meet Tenth Life’s Cameron Frye

Furiends, Tenth Life in St. Louis takes in cats that other organizations do not have the resources to handle. Their most famous alumnus is Lincoln. When humans found Lincoln, he was a completely paralyzed ball of fluff who could only move his eyes. But thanks to a very devoted human, Lincoln recovered and became a fully mobile and very happy and playful feline.

Now, Tenth Life is looking for a home for another black cat. Say hello to Cameron Frye.

Meet Tenth Life's Cameron Frye
Meet Tenth Life’s Cameron Frye

This handsome boy is a little over a year old. When he first arrived at Tenth Life, he did a lot of talking. The humans there even said he was a crybaby. But all of that talking helped him get what he wanted. And now, he knows that talking will get him attention from humans and lots of pets.

And Cameron Frye loves getting pets. He also loves humans, and enjoys interacting with you two legged creatures. When Cameron Frye really enjoys playing with you, his purr motor gets going.

If I told you that Cameron Frye had a brofur, you probably would guess that feline’s name is Ferris Bueller. And you are right! These two felines have been together since they were born. It would be best if the two of them went home together.

Cameron Frye’s big yellow eyes and sleek black fur make him look like Batcat. He does have a few white hairs on his chest, but that just gives him a little more character.

Do you think that Cameron Frye and his brofur Ferris Bueller would be a good fit in your home? Then you should contact Tenth Life to let them know. And if you cannot take in this pair of felines, please share their story. That way, hopefully, someone will be able to take these two felines home and give them the love they deserve.

Tenth Life Receives Many Green Paper Things

Tenth Life Received Lots of Green Paper Things to Help Cats Like Canon

Furiends, Tenth Life, in St. Louis, helps a lot of my fellow felines. Their most famous alumni is a furiend of mine, Lincoln. This feline was a paralyzed ball of fur when he was found, but he recovered to become a playful and fun cat.

Recently, they participated in a giving day for their local area. And they raised many green paper things, furiends. Kind humans heard of the good work that Tenth Life does and gave generously. Thanks to kind humans in the St. Louis area, Tenth Life received $21,000 in donations.

That is a lot of green paper things, furiends! These donations mean that Tenth Life can continue to take on the cases that other cat rescue groups cannot. For example, a tiny feline named Canon got sick recently. Tenth Life rushed him to the emergency veterinarian, where the white coated humans examined him.

Tenth Life Received Lots of Green Paper Things to Help Cats Like Canon
Tenth Life Received Lots of Green Paper Things to Help Cats Like Canon

The white coated humans decided that Canon needed a lot of care and attention, and put him in intensive care. I am sure you know that this requires many green paper things. But thanks to many kind humans, Tenth Life has the resources to do things like this.

The white coated humans do not have an answer yet about what Canon needs. So this is a very tough and trying time for Canon, the white coated humans, and all of the caring humans at Tenth Life. But thanks to the generosity of kind humans, they know they can give him the care he needs.

As Tenth Life said, “times like this are awful, scary, and stressful which is why we’re so lucky to be part of such a loving, compassionate, and generous community, working together to give cats the lives they deserve.” And this is why I am so happy that kind humans gave green paper things to Tenth Life. They can continue to help give my fellow felines the lives they deserve!