Halloween Greetings from Sir Nigel!
Inviting all gentlefolk to come to PAWS this weekend.
There’s a spectacular celebration featuring special adoption opportunities! Read all about it HERE.
Four year old Sir Nigel is available to guard your home and steal your heart!
Making sure the cats always have fresh water to drink is an important volunteer job. Most of the rooms at PAWS have drains in the floor where we can dump out the old; and there are watering cans for bringing in the new. Noname wanted to see if the water was better at the source.
“Hello in there!”
Noname and Mimi are available at PAWS.
Black and white Tristan and his identical sister Isolde have already gone (together) to their new home!
Orion has decided that he is ready for his close-up.
On the other hand, Sparkle is not ready for a close-up.
Both of these stellar cats are available for adoption at PAWS.
I’m a big fan of the artist Diane Hoeptner. I subscribe to her blog, and offered the use my photographs of PAWS cats as subject matter. And look, it’s Buddy!
Here’s the photograph she used for reference from this blog post (CLICK HERE).
Unfortunately Buddy is still waiting at PAWS. He doesn’t like other cats and spends much of his day closed in a cage. When it’s his turn to come out, he’s a frisky happy cat. I have a fantasy that someone will adopt Buddy AND purchase his portrait.
Diane certainly has a way with cats! Visit her blog HERE.
Little Orange Annie is in the foreground and her brother Jack O’Lantern is in the back.
Annie is a very affectionate playful girl.
Strrreetch! “Naptime is over, pet me please!”
Jack is friendly but shy around new people. They get along nicely with the other cats in their room. Annie and Jack are a year and a half old and must be adopted together. They are available at PAWS.
UPDATE: They were adopted together!