The cutest member of the Boston police department moved into fancy new digs earlier this week. Officers of the department’s Special Weapons and Tactics unit built a deluxe condo for SWAT to protect her from the cold. SWAT was rescued in 2013. She was spayed, vaccinated and microchipped, but no matter what they tried, she couldn’t be convinced to be an indoor cat. The new condo features a “studio interior layout,” as well as a deck and glass doors with “panoramic city views.” Visit the Huffington Post for the full story and more photos.
If you missed any of the stories featured on the Conscious Cat this week, here’s a recap: on Sunday, we shared a beautiful story of how a tortie kitten comforted a free-spirited girl in her final days, on Monday, we told you about Jackson Galaxy’s Cat Pawsitive Initiative, on Tuesday, we celebrated Valentine’s Day, and we also let you know that the Street Cat Named Bob movie is now available from Amazon Instant video, on Wednesday, we shared Balanced Blends’ free shipping offer, and and on Friday, we reviewed Cats of the Times: Crazy Cat Articles from the New York Times.
Today’s video of a mom taking care of her babies is pretty high on the cuteness scale – enjoy!
Have a great weekend!
Photo via Huffington Post/Boston Police Department
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