Shelter Cats



I’ve seen my cat in hunting mode with his whiskers sticking almost straight out of his face. Shippan’s whiskers are angled down but spread out. I wonder what he’s thinking… Maybe “Who are you and why are you pointing that little black box at me?”


Handsome five year old Shippan was a stray cat brought to PAWS. He’s friendly but cautious, making up his mind about all the new people, sounds, and smells- not to mention feline roommates!


Shippan has been fully vetted; he’s young, handsome, healthy, and ready for adoption.

Ely – Please Don’t Judge Me By My Ear!


While hanging out in a feral colony, young Ely was trapped and neutered. His ear was automatically tipped, which is the universal sign of a spayed or neutered feral cat. But, as they found out when he recovered from surgery, Ely is not feral at all! He is an affectionate charmer who loves the people in his foster home. Now this one year old happy outgoing cat needs a real forever home.
If you are interested in Ely, please email Ilona –

Update: Ely is now named Rufus the Red. Adopted by Rick and me!!!

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