Very cute black and white kittens.
A tabby pair.
All ready and waiting at PAWS.
And a Foster kitten in our spare bedroom!
We have a three month old guest. This Sweetie Pie (temporary name) was trapped and neutered in a TNR operation. But, there’s hope that she will learn to enjoy the indoor life and won’t be returned to a managed feral colony.
CLICK HERE to see a very short film clip and let me know if you think she looks friendly.
As you can imagine, these kittens will most likely have a very short stay at PAWS. Dude, the orange tabby boy, and sister Gypsy are about 11 weeks old and as sweet as they look.
Mercedes has finally gone home!
The big news at PAWS, cause for tears and celebration, is that Mercedes has gotten adopted. She came to the shelter with her kittens and spent 6 years waiting for her happily ever after.
It has been scientifically proven that no one can be in a bad mood around kittens. PAWS has the perfect remedy for the Winter blues!
PAWS has the most charming kittens waiting for homes. We have orange, calico, and black. There are tabby kittens in gray, brown, and orange.
Playful kittens, sleepy kittens, purring kittens; take two, they’re small!
What to do when you’re stuck alone in a cage waiting for your life to begin?
Rocky and Nubbins find plenty to occupy themselves until their forever families arrive to take them home.
You can see them in action on youtube CLICK HERE!
This is Rocky. He’s a wonderful 10 week old kitten and he’s already adopted!
You can see from the photograph how outgoing and curious he is.
The formative years in children extend from birth to eight years old.
With kittens, the all important formative period for socialization is measured in weeks! At PAWS, the fostering program ensures that the adoptable kittens have the very best start. Rather than confining the furry little babies in cages at the shelter, they stay in volunteer’s homes receiving lots of love and attention.
When they’re old enough for adoption, they’re brought back to PAWS.