It seems like yesterday that I found the most adorable kitten with enormous paws in our front yard. Today Tommie’s 13 years old. We’ll be breaking out the kitty treats tonight!
The Shelter is getting a lot of calls from people looking for kittens to adopt. The most requested colors are orange and white.
Twelve year old Dottie is patiently waiting at the shelter. She’s not going to chew on your headphone cords, or race around the house in the middle of the night, or any of that kitten nonsense. She’s just going to keep you company and love you for years.
This shy girl is almost a year old and making good progress with her socialization. Pokeeta looks like she’s thinking, “Can I really trust you?”
A group of PAWS volunteers have been working intensively with some feral cats at the shelter. So far Mindy, Maggie, Santana, Pokeeta, and Chompers are all gradually responding to the extra attention and treats.
We are hoping this program will make the cats much better candidates for adoption.
It’s been a while since my own cats have made an appearance here.
At Christmas, friends gave me a basket filled with gourmet treats.
I unpacked it on my kitchen island, and before I could decide where to put it, the cats staked a claim.
Morning Shift: Baby Mickey has a rainbow on his face from a crystal in the window.
Any Time Food Is Prepared Shift: Tommie loves to keep us company.
Night Shift: Here’s Gracie!
They love this basket. My question is, why do they avoid the lovely new cat bed I purchased for them?
She’s a stray rescued from the streets.
Santana is a little over a year old and still making up her mind whether or not people are a pleasant addition to her life. A group of volunteers are trying hard to help her with that decision.
So far she really likes the baby food everyone is hand-feeding her!