A group of adorable kittens (not to be redundant) were brought to PAWS recently. I don’t know what their Mom looked like, but she had excellent taste in mencats.
Could these two really be brothers?
What do you think?
These sweet sisters were brought to PAWS two years ago. They celebrated their ninth birthday at the shelter and are ready to move on to a home of their own. Zoe and Gracie get along with all the other cats, love people, and purr up a storm.
Zoe has the distinction of being the only cat at the shelter with a collar! Otherwise, it’s very hard to tell them apart.
One day recently, two cats were found in a hallway at the PAWS shelter.
Someone drove by, opened the door, and shoved them into the building.
This is Katniss.
And her brother (probably!) Peeta.
These healthy sweet young cats aren’t holding a grudge. They love everyone they meet!
Someone treated them well enough to help form their affectionate happy personalities (catsonalities), but then left them at the shelter.
Why? And where did they come from?
Katniss and Peeta aren’t saying.
They are available for adoption and ready to go to a new permanent home.
She had a beautiful little family of three kittens and was a very good mother.
She nursed them, taught them good kitty manners, and they were all adopted right away.
That was in November of 2008.
Mercedes is still at the shelter waiting for a home of her own. She’s shy and quiet. Enjoys the company of other cats, and likes to be gently brushed.
Happy Mother’s Day, Mercedes.
Full house on the Kuranda Cat bed!
Kosmo and Kramer are a fun loving pair of young cats. They are brother and sister and devoted pals. If you’re wondering about their names, it turned out that Kosmo is actually a girl cat (I think her name should be changed to Cosmo, like the flower).
In cage or out, they are always together. Fortunately they are waiting safely at PAWS, where the excellent adoption councilors wouldn’t dream of separating them.