Here's what Amy's email said
[Image via Instagram.]
Good thing this vet knew what to do!
And who knew vodka could actually save a life!
Missey is a four month old kitten who had a terrifying experience outside of her owner's home in Redcar, England.
The owners of the kitty are Paul Stephenson and his 27-year-old daughter Sara and Sara was attacked with Missey last week in front of their house by a group of thugs.
The gang covered the cat in antifreeze, and even though Missey was given a bath - she started showing signs she was seriously ill the next day!
When they took the cat to the vet they were shocked to discover that one effective treatment for the kitty would be to hook it up to an IV and drip alcohol into its system! At the end of the treatment - the cat had gotten a half of liter of a bottle of 37.9 percent vodka.
And the treatment totally worked!
Here's what Sara the owner said
Talking about making your life even THAT much better!
Taylor Swift shocked the world on Wednesday by sharing one of the most delightful photographs of Tay that we've ever seen!
And maybe this particular one was SO good because of the brand new kitten that Taylor was showing the world on Instagram!!!
The name of the little kitty is
Awww! We want to dance with these lil cuties all day!
Kittens Tulip and Daisy, from Arlington, Virginia, are waiting for someone to adopt them, but meanwhile, the little furballz spend their time dancing away!
In the viral video of the two-month-old domestic shorthair mixes, they synchronously nod their heads along with Lil Jon’s song Turn Down For What, and it’s too cute to handle!
Game of Thrones is SO last Sunday!
But Game of Meows?
Now that sounds like some exciting stuff!
Well, our prayers have been answered because a new parody of the GOT opening is exactly that! It's kittens in
Good thing cats have nine lives!
A motorized in Elyria, Ohio named Dara Taylor was driving along when she saw a frozen block of ice along the road. Something which she wouldn't of thought twice about until she saw the block move!
It was then that she realized the block of ice was actually a kitten totally frozen.
But, what could've been another sad story turned into
This is what pure happiness looks like!
The "Adoption Room" at Berks ARL (Berks County Animal Rescue League, which sounds amazing) in Birdsboro, Pennsylvania is filled with adorable kitties that people can give good homes.
It's also open to children in grades 1-8 who love to read — so they can go in and read to the cats and get some much needed fuzz therapy!
The program is designed to help improve their reading skills while also helping the shelter animals. According to the ARL, cats find the rhythmic reading soothing and calming!
The inspiration for the program was a little boy named Sean, whose mother is the ARL program coordinator. He was struggling with reading until she brought him in to read to the kitties, and he loved it SOOOO much that he asked to come back!
The image of the little boy with the orange tabby rubbing up against him as he reads is srsly THE most precious thing we have ever seen!!!
The program is called Book Buddies, and it's growing!
Check out some of the amazingly adorable pics (below)!
P.S. THIS is why shelter animals are the best!
[Image via ARL of Berks County.]