Hey Friends! First, thanks so much for checking out this site. We’re so happy with the positive response we’ve been getting from pet parents worldwide! A little bit about this site: Supawcute was created as a site to promote pet blogs & pet’s social media worldwide. While I was running my site Pets Overload I realized […]
Hi, I’m Debbie Mowl and for over 5 years now, I have been helping dogs in Romania. I have travelled to Romania on numerous occasions to help specific rescue groups, especially with their Spay & Neuter programmes, collecting street dogs to be neutered; one of the Veterinary groups I got to know was T.A.C (Translavania Animal Care ).
Editor’s Note: Please be aware that the following post has content that may be considered triggering to those who have lost a family member or pet. The submission has been sent in by a Pets Overload reader who’s cat experienced complications after a Perineal Urethrostomy. At the time of this being posted the procedure has a 50-50 […]
Hello Friends! One of my favourite rescues, The Forgotten Ones Cat Rescue, is hosting an event on February 9, 2019, and I thought I’d take the time to let you know a little bit about it! If you’re in the Richmond Hill area, join the team at TruPet for a bake sale, and a small adopt-a-thon. Some other […]
I turned into a kitten-caretaker/foster mom more by accident than by design. Volunteering at our small animal shelter mainly to help with the exploding cat population, we were often presented with tiny kittens – either having been found abandoned, or being delivered by pregnant strays.
If you don’t follow us on Instagram you may not know that this cutie recently was diagnosed with cancer. Mozart’s owner, Michelle, was recently interviewed on our site about all of the amazing work she does for one of our local cat rescues, Forgotten Ones Cat Rescue. I actually met her through adopting my own cat […]
One night when my niece and her friend were on their way home, they were having a conversation when all of a sudden my niece saw movement along the side of the road so she told her friend they were going to stop to see what it was. When they took a closer look, they found a kitten that was just barely alive and couldn’t even hold its head up. Of Course, my niece working at a veterinarian clinic and is on her way to Mercyhurst College to study to be a veterinarian she knew she had to something so they took the kitten home.