I’m happy that PAWS gives cats and kittens names rather than identifying them by number.
Mayo came to the shelter in early June. I don’t know how she got her name…
Maybe she had five kittens?
As the poet said: “What’s in a name? That which we call a Cinco de Mayo
By any other words would be as sweet.”
Here’s shy Mimi in a typically watchful pose. She came to PAWS as a stray and is a huntress who loves treats.
Friendly Charlotte is only a year old.
Back to PAWS, where the most beautiful cats wait for their special people.
Yes, Naila, I’m talking about you.
Friendly, confident Naila is interviewing prospective adopters at PAWS.
On our vacation we stopped in Kotor, Montenegro.
We saw this sign posted on the wall, down a narrow winding street:
How could cat people resist the lure?
It seems as though there are a lot of black and white cats at PAWS these days, but they are completely unique, once you get to know them.
Take Mindy….. please!
(I couldn’t resist saying that)
As I was saying, take Mindy. She’s only a year old, bright and inquisitive. She loves being up high to check out visitors.
Mindy gets along well with other cats. Here she is with her roommate Patch.
Flowers are popping open, kittens, with and without Mommies, are appearing at the shelter.
This tiny tiger is thriving, defying all odds thanks to TLC from PAWS’ Cat Lady in Chief. Imagine, Ellen has been bottle feeding four Motherless kittens since they were a week old!
Elsewhere in the shelter…
Friendly flirtatious Kobe, here. He and his brother Dallas are five years old.
Dallas knows how to work a crowd too.
When people come to PAWS, they sit in the Lobby waiting for an adoption counselor to introduce them to the new love of their lives. There’s a big picture window into a catified wonderland.
Right now Pecan is eagerly looking for a playmate, while Hazel is chillaxing.