Sarah and Creamsicle came to PAWS from two different families in 2012, when they were both nine years old.
Why are they still at PAWS?
Well, they are older cats. And they would rather be “only cats”. And it takes time to get to know them.
Sarah likes to be brushed and enjoys cardboard boxes. Creamsicle has the loudest purr in the shelter and likes to play.
They’re waiting to be discovered at PAWS.
You can learn a lot by watching body language, in people and in animals.
This is three year old Squash, who is just aching for someone to love.
Could it be you?
Squash is a friendly young male who nearly fell out of the hammock looking for attention. He’s calm and gets along well with the other cats in his room.
And Now a Few Words From Betty
Help! I love my foster Mom and she loves me, but I’m very unhappy with the other feline residents of her home. I’d like to find new homes for them so that I can stay here forever, but that’s not going to happen.
I’m playful, affectionate and very good company. I like people, even young ones, but no cats, please!
You can read more about me and contact me on Petfinders.
Could you hurry please?
What was Buster studying?
Fourteen year old Buster was checking out his roommate Lucinda. It’s good to be cautious when introducing cats, but these two will get along fine.
Quite a few kittens were adopted at PAWS last week. And we’re especially pleased that two older cats, 15 year old calico Calliope and 10 year old Sydney, found good homes.
As Jackson Galaxy says, “Cats need vertical space; it enables them to survey their world from a safe perspective.” And when the floors and cat trees at PAWS got too crowded, it made perfect sense to expand up the walls.
Here’s Mimi getting ready for take off…
We hope to continue the catification at PAWS this year. Cat Room #5 is mostly finished, but there are many more rooms that need help!
There’s a short youtube video of the room – CLICK HERE!
When Molly and Annie went to their new homes, there were empty cages in Cat Room #1. But not for long!
Introducing the new girls:
Lucinda is the sweetest cat! Her right ear is folded down giving her a jaunty attitude. As soon as you open her cage, she just wants to give you love and kisses.
Pretty Brownie isn’t as outgoing, yet. She’s still adjusting to the new room and roommates.
She forgets to be shy when there’s a good toy to play with.
These two lovelies are available at PAWS.