A teeny squee batty I found laying outside in broad daylight. He chirped at me quite a bit when i picked him up, but felt right at home on the shelf in the garage. When the sun started to set, he finally got the courage to take off!
We rescued Tia Maria (right) from a factory when she was barely weaned. Our older cat, Sushi, took her under her wing and completely mothered her, even though Sushi is spayed and has never had any babies. Two and a half years later, they still sleep, play and groom together. It's difficult to see in these photos, but the tabby patch on Sushi's side forms a heart :)