She’s only four years old, but she needed a lot of vet visits and extra care to recover her health. Fortunately Purrcy was brought to PAWS.
This week Rick and I went to Connecticut’s first cat cafe in New Haven.
We brought our own coffee, because the cafe is operating as a temporary pop up and is not serving any beverages yet. We spent a very pleasant hour with a group of the most beautiful and playful tabbies!
Anybody looking for a friendly four year old calico girl?
She is very pretty and an excellent communicator. Gabby always lets you know when the petting session is over. She would be happy to be your one and only cat.
You know how cats always sit on your work?
It’s the same at the shelter as it is at home.
Here’s handsome Mio helping plan a new layout for the largest room at PAWS.
Lovely young Evie likes to stay up high as much as possible. She’s a gentle, friendly girl who has gotten used to her feline roommates, but would probably prefer to be your one and only.
My staff and I have started selling two T shirts on Amazon!
Here is Mickey Mouser, Director of Marketing.
And Rufus the Red, Head of Product Testing. The T shirt is soft and medium weight, but still sturdy enough to survive his rigorous treatment.
There was once a beautiful young princess, called Princess, living in captivity at the PAWS shelter in Norwalk Connecticut.
Say, “Hello!” (very quietly) to Nimbus and Stratus who are hiding under the cat bed.
These friendly but shy tiger kitties are only eight months old.
They do love to play!