I bet you thought Elfie and Emmie were going to be cats…
Yesterday all the volunteers were mesmerized by the sight of so much cute.
Elfie has the floppy ears, that’s Emmie on the right.
They are 10 to 12 week old German Shepherd puppies available at PAWS.
Here are sisters Ethel and Lucy chilling out at the shelter. They had a great time in the park at the PAWS 50th anniversary festival last weekend.
Artist Shelley Lowell was there painting a picture of Lucy. You can see more of her work by clicking HERE.
Shelley has generously donated this lovely portrait. It will go home with the lucky person who adopts Lucy. I hope Ethel goes with them too!
It was a gorgeous day for Bark in the Park. There was music, and food, and lots of vendors, and dogs everywhere!
Many people who adopted dogs at PAWS brought them to the event for happy reunions with the shelter staff and volunteers.
Our new cat booth had lots of visitors.
Whew! I could have used a nap too.
Thank you to everyone who helped with my fundraising efforts!
Look who was found in a cat carrier left outside of the shelter! Fortunately her people abandoned her in a safe place. Two year old Chihuahua Cassie has already been placed with a new family.
Yes, PAWS also has dogs!
The dogs love playtime in the shelter‘s fenced yard- except on rainy days.
Meanwhile, the cats were happy to be dry and snug in their beds. Here is Maine Coon mix Phoebe and her constant companion Zoe-Bob.
Sunday was a beautiful day for the PAWS fundraising event.
Thank you so much to all of you who supported the shelter!
The handsome Harry Spotter, lovely Fiona and their family gave the Shelter-Cats an award. First, thank you Harry and Fiona! Let me see… 9 things about the shelter… well you already know that it’s full of the most beautiful cats and kittens. There are also DOGS! The shelter is in Norwalk, CT and is a no-kill facility which means that we never give up hope.
For more about PAWS please visit here.
I’m also supposed to list 9 blogs. How can I choose? My favorites can all be found at the catblogosphere.
While Oliver waits for a new family to adopt him at the Shelter, he has a very important job. He checks out the dogs and lets the shelter staff know if they can safely live with cats.
Oliver loves dogs.
He’s also got really cute paws.