Introducing the handsome Roger!
Here’s Roger in the hammock with his brother Brian.
This dynamic duo has only been at PAWS for a few weeks, so they’re still adjusting to shelter life. Roger purrs and enjoys being petted. Brian is gentle but more shy.
They love each other and need a home together. And a window with no bars… and someone to care for them…
Doesn’t every creature deserve these things?
Meanwhile, back at our house, Mickey Mouser is emerging from hibernation.
Is it safe to come out yet?
He’s our sweet boy because:
When he was a kitten, a lot of people worked to rescue him from the streets where he would have had a short and difficult life.
PAWS provided him with gentle and thorough veterinary care, but didn’t have the room to take him in.
We fostered him, until we realized that he was our cat and we were his people. It didn’t take long to come to that excellent decision!
While cleaning last week, I left Cat Room #1 for a few minutes. When I returned, this was on the floor.
Nassau claimed to have an alibi.
Molly said she was asleep, but those shifty eyes…
Pumpkin wasn’t talking.
Handsome Buddy in his new lion cut was offended that I even asked!
Who do you think done it?
I’ll have to take the fall for leaving the tempting paper towel roll on the floor.
These beautiful cats are all available at PAWS in Norwalk CT.
She’s six years old, gentle and friendly. Dodger gets along well with the other cats in the Meeting Room at PAWS.
Dodger was released by her owner, so that’s her own original name. I wonder if they had the Dickens character in mind, or maybe the Los Angeles baseball team?
Four year old Patches has a lovely calico coat. It’s just over a year since her people left her at PAWS. Still waiting…
That’s Snow White on top. Sheeba and Jasmine from my previous post are in the Meeting Room too. It’s like a sorority house!
All of these lovelies, and many more, are available at PAWS.
This is what the door to PAWS has looked like most of the month. Fortunately all the cats and dogs are safe and warm inside.
This is Sheeba who came to the shelter last Fall. She is a friendly and quiet seven year old girlcat.
Sheeba is looking for a quiet home with good cuddlers.
Cute, compact, and petite, Jasmine is also about seven years old. While she appears to be an expert at camouflage, she’s really quite friendly.
If you live within driving distance from PAWS ( Norwalk, CT ) and would like some faithful companionship, you can download an Adoption Application from the shelter website.
Here comes Jordan!
He and his sister Jordana are about six months old and more than ready for a home of their own.
She looks bigger in this picture, but that’s just the camera angle.
They are neutered and spayed, had all their shots, and are perfectly charming companions. Did I mention that Jordan is polydactyl?
Three year old Letizia is a friendly cat; healthy, fun loving, and ready for a new home. She gets along well with other cats and is happy to greet visitors. She’s been waiting at PAWS since October.
Her roommate Delilah, is equally outgoing. It’s only a month since she came to the shelter.
They live in an open cat room, so we use the photographs on the wall to tell them apart. Do you think I identified them correctly?
Letizia and Delilia would like to be your Valentines.
Introducing the lovely five year old Bridgit who has been at PAWS since November.
Is that a catnip mouse you have there, Bridgit?
Yes, I guess it’s a catnip mouse.
Before she went to her new home last week, Waveny gave a seminar titled, “How to Attract Adopters” or “The Power of Cute”.
I hope the other cats were paying attention.
Update on the Shelter Soap Opera
There have been big changes in Cat Room #5. Morse was adopted! And beautiful Tai was moved from a cage room, into C5 with Jeremy and Julia.
She looks a little like Jeremy’s buddy Morse… But Jeremy’s not jumping into another relationship. Tai may have lovely white fur and blue eyes but she is a girl cat….
Jeremy is keeping his options open for the time being.
Tai has been at PAWS for two years. I hope the room change will bring her good adoption luck!
Handsome Martin was featured on this blog a few months ago, but he was a little shy when he saw the camera. You can see him hiding out HERE with his roommate Lieutenant Uhura. Since then, Martin has become more confident and accustomed to shelter life.
He’s not even three years old, and gets along nicely with other cats and gentle people.
Here he is in one of the very well loved cat trees at PAWS.