What a spectacular house panther.
Middie was an outdoor cat who became very friendly with her caretaker. When it started to get cold outside, and her person couldn’t keep an indoor cat , Middie was brought to PAWS.
With all the snow and freezing temperatures here in Connecticut, it was a wise and caring decision.
Naomi was returned to PAWS last Fall because she fell in love.
She was adopted by someone who was seeking a companion for their shy cat.
This should have worked out fine, because Naomi gets along well with her feline roommates at the shelter…
Eight year old Cora is a substantial armful! She’s gentle, friendly, and a good huntress with a built-in advantage over any toy.
Check out these bonus toes!
2017 was a very good year for the hundreds of cats and kittens who were cared for at PAWS, while they waited for new homes.
Some of them came in and went out quickly; but others, like the cats shown above, waited years before their special someones came to claim them.
Thank goodness for shelters like PAWS with the staff, volunteers, space, and resources to keep them in good spirits and health for however long it takes.
Merritt, Shadow & Sparky, Buddy, Sarah, and Boop finally have forever homes.
Making a list, checking it twice;
Gonna find out who’s naughty and nice…
Introducing Byrd, a happy energetic young cat with the personality of a toddler who’s gotten into the left-over Halloween candy.
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!