When a stray tabby cat walked through an open door in a house in Queens, NY, she sure picked the right house. The resident of the home saw the little cat dart into her home and of course, she couldn’t say no to the little visitor and let her stay in her basement. Two weeks later, the homeowner found a litter of newborn kittens in a shoe rack. She immediately reached out to a local rescue group, who fostered the little family. Visit for the full story and adorable photos.

If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we celebrated Easter, on Monday, Veterinary Technician Ellen Carozza, LVT offered a thought provoking look at how your cat should be treated at the veterinary clinic, on Tuesday, we reviewed NomNomNow’s Microbiome Test Kit, on Wednesday, we shared a lovely story of how one woman connected with her departed soul cat over a catnip stuff cigar, and on Friday, we told you about the findings of a study on whether cats know their names that may also explain why they don’t always come when called. And don’t forget to enter our giveaway to win a sample pack of Raw Paws raw cat food!

The kitty in today’s video cracks me up – kitty yoga at its finest! Enjoy.

Have a great weekend!

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