Very cute black and white kittens.
A tabby pair.
All ready and waiting at PAWS.
And a Foster kitten in our spare bedroom!
We have a three month old guest. This Sweetie Pie (temporary name) was trapped and neutered in a TNR operation. But, there’s hope that she will learn to enjoy the indoor life and won’t be returned to a managed feral colony.
CLICK HERE to see a very short film clip and let me know if you think she looks friendly.
I’ve written several times about Roger and his brother Brian. Brian is sweet and calm, but a little less outgoing than his brother.
Today he was ready for his close-up!
Brian and Roger need a home together. They are handsome sociable guys.
I checked at PAWS to see if anyone was using the new wall hammock recently installed. I think Marshall was letting Elmer know that his time was up, because…
a little while later…
The new wall hammocks, built by my husband Rick, are part of a volunteer program at PAWS to improve the cats’ environment while they wait for their new forever homes.
Look into my eyes….
You feel an overwhelming desire to go to PAWS in Norwalk CT….
Ask for me, Roger and my brother Brian…
Did it work?
First, here’s a lovely orange tabby girl. A friendly six year old, abandoned at PAWS with her sister Morticia.
I call her mellow yellow… She’s another six year old orange tabby girl, gentle and sweet.
Our third orange cat is fourteen years young. Buster’s people moved away and couldn’t take him along, so he was released to PAWS. Buster is calm and easy going, although unlike Elvira and Melo, he doesn’t care for the company of other cats. Possibly he hadn’t met many in his fourteen years.
These three oranges are all being loved and cared for at PAWS in Norwalk CT until they get a family of their own again.
P.S. “Love for three Oranges” is a piece of music by Prokofiev – you can listen by CLICKING HERE.