More catification is underway at PAWS and handsome Mio is the perfect spokesmodel.
We have new kitty condos with a lot more room thanks to the generosity of the Diageo company. PAWS volunteers raised money to buy paint and supplies.
Bella’s first few years (!) at PAWS were a difficult adjustment for her.
She really doesn’t like other cats and that made it hard for her to shine when shown to potential adopters.
Now that she has a room of her own, it’s a different story!
When you come to PAWS, Emily will greet you in the Lobby Room.
She’s a gentle, playful, leggy one year old.
Friendly supervisor Black Jack is one of her roommates. He must be adopted with his sister Miss Kitty. She is a smaller version of Black Jack and of a more retiring nature. They are eight years old.
But wait, I have more to show you!
Mindy always seemed to enjoy the nesting box on the wall that Rick built and I decorated…
Taylor and Daphne were also fans.
But recently I noticed that something was amiss.
Back to the drawing board!
The “S” stands for Sweetheart. The card on Ulysses’ cage says that he was a stray, but somewhere in his short (one year) life, he figured out that when people sit down, an amazing thing happens: a lap is formed, creating a very comfortable perch.
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!