Sunday, October 17, 2010

Puffy Paws Kitty Haven


Thank you for the nice comments on the changes to our blog.  Some of you may remember the fiasco of several months ago when we tried the new Blogger templates in draft.  Never again!  We finally got up the nerve to try again, keeping it as simple as possible.  We ran into some of the same problems and some new ones. but we worked on it today and they appear to be ironed out.  We don't want to be hung up while the blog loads any more than we want our readers to be.  If you run into any problems, please let us know.  We might not be able to fix them, but we can try.

Today, we would like to tell you about a cat rescue that can use a bit of help  Not only does it cost a lot of time, work and money to run the place, but they need to adopt out a number of the feline residents.  We're going to let the co-founder tell you about their rescue but first we have a video to share.

If the video doesn't play, click here,

Ever heard of a family living with 400 cats in a residential home? The Kingston family does in Englewood Florida.

Rick & Chris Kingston founded Puffy Paws Kitty Haven - A Hospice for Special Need Kitties. Known as The World's Greatest Cathouse They are a hospice for unwanted kitties, they specialize in taking care of special needs kitties that would have been euthanized elsewhere, simply because someone would have deemed them to be unadoptable.

They care for kitties with feline leukemia & FIV, blind kitties, feral cats, epileptic kitties, kitties with only one eye, 20 years old kitties, kitties that do not use their cat litter box, kitties with thyroid conditions and more. They are reaching out to Cat Lovers all over the World to create awareness about their plight in trying to save these Special Need Kitties from being destroyed.

Please go to the Puffy Paws Kitty Haven web site if you like to make a donation and their facebook page The World's Greatest Cathouse to find out how they do it.

The kitties need your help time is running out. Act now before it’s to late before outside forces take them away from their home and destroy them.

Puffy Paws Kitty Haven
Rick Kingston


  1. The blog looks good, Jan, no problems loading. Blogger can be a pain in the butt, but simple is the way to go. LOL.

  2. Well you're looking mighty fine here! I hope those kitties all get help really soon!

  3. It's a lovely blog - I like the three columns arrangement - very nice!!!! Yay!!

    Aww thanks for the link to the Puffy Paws Kitty Haven. I've just been to their site and there's a lovely news report clip about the work they do. All the kitties are just so loving and so highly socialised!! What a wonderful couple to have started this shelter - I really wish them well with what they do - I hope they get good families to adopt some of the kitties and I hope they get the financial help they need too.

    Take care

  4. Yes, in firefox we never noticed any of the issues you saw. However, firefox handles code differently than Internet Explorer so there are often things that have to be changed up for IE--which is very irritating!

  5. The blog looks good to us.

    Lots of purrs for Puffy Paws Kitty Haven.

  6. We think the blog looks lovely and we know all aboutblogger probls and picture room and all kinds of stuff!! We think those kittie people are wonderfull! Love A and A

  7. Awww dat is sad, they gets the love and attention and some burocrap steps in and says enuf? POOP ON THEMS PILLOW!!


  8. Thank you so much for sharing this very special cause!

  9. I'll khross my paws fur Puffy Paws Khytty Haven!



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