Cat News of February 2021 | Kitten-World
BOMB SQUAD CALLED TO DISARM AN ADORABLE BAG OF KITTENSA suspicious bag was found outside of a church in Butler County, Ohio, and the Sheriff’s deputies were called to the scene.
The bomb unit was incredibly surprised, when instead of hearing ticking, they heard purring from the suspicious package.
Once they opened the package, they found a family of felines with a handwritten message on a paper napkin, stating that “Sprinkles” went into labor the day before.
The sheriff’s office took the cat and her kittens to the Animal Friends Humane Society in Hamilton, where the feline family is being care for. The kittens were soaked in their mother’s urine, so they received baths, and Sprinkles received her vaccines and blood tests.
Sprinkles and her 7 kittens appear to be in good health, and she is doing a great job nursing and caring for her babies.
EXORCIST INSISTS A DEMON IS USING A CAT ‘AS A PUPPET’Alyson Kalhagen is the proud owner of Pixel, a 2-year-old Cornish Rex.
Kalhagen was contacted on social media by an alleged exorcist warning her about Pixel appeared to be possessed by a demon and should be caged and that she should pray to the archangel Michael that the demon will leave the cat.
The exorcist claimed that the evil entity was practicing by possessing Pixel’s face because it does not know how to use the cat’s body.
Kalhagen has dismissed the advice, who said Pixel’s “demon cat” description has become a recurring theme. Pixel has also been compared to everything from aliens to kangaroos as well as a Tim Burton character.
Pixel’s disproportional small head, gaunt body and googly eyes are very typical of the UK breed.
They have been together since Pixel was 12 weeks old and Kalhagen says he makes freaky expressions on daily basis.
CAT CLAWS HER WAY BACK AFTER SHOOTING IN MODESTOA volunteer with Saving Lives Animal Rescue was feeding a cat colony In Modesto Park when they spotted 5-month-old Ninja in the bushes dragging her rear end.
Ninja was rushed to the vet where she underwent emergency surgery to remove a bullet lodged in a muscle next to her spine. The bullet brushed over the top of her spine, there was a blood clot on the spinal cord and the spinal cord was bruised.
Standiford Veterinary Center is caring for her and she will be spayed, vaccinated and microchipped before being put up for adoption.
We are all praying and hoping that Ninja will walk again.
SUSPECT IN ESPARTO ARRESTED… AGAINIn September 2020, a dead cat was found on the grounds of an Esparto school, and surveillance video caught a man kicking, punching and dragging the cat with a rope.
The Yolo County Sheriff’s Office soon identified the suspect, Demetrius Martinello a 23-year-old Esparto resident and he was arrested and booked.
Now a similar incident has happened on the campus of Esparto High School, and the sheriff’s office identified Martinello as the suspect.
They did not reveal details how he was identified, but Martinello is now facing added charges of felony animal cruelty, burglary, and trespassing.
VANDAL DAMAGES MAUHAUS CAT CAFÉ IN MAPLEWOODMauhaus Cat Café in Maplewood, MO, had their storefront glass vandalized, but no cats were harm.
Maplewood police got a call from the alarm company around 2:30 a.m. When they arrived, they saw used a snow shovel to break the window.
The individual was caught on camera picking up the shovel, holding it for several seconds while looking around before swinging and striking the windows four times, leaving the shovel stuck in the window and then running away.
Fortunately, the cats were not hurt or lost, but they got a big scare and are a little freaked out.
Maplewood Police are investigating, but no similar incidents in the area have occur.
The café owners were not expecting this large expense to happen and appreciate any help.
The broken storefront window has been replaced with plywood for now.
Mauhaus Café opened in 2016 and serves pastries and coffee. They have partner with Stray Rescue Haven, and you can just enjoy and play with the cats or adopt them.
If you like to help with the repairs, please visit the café’s website: https://mauhauscafe.com/