Puffy came to PAWS with a “bite of unknown origin”.
Because there’s no way to know whether a stray cat has had a rabies vaccination, he was put in a strict quarantine.
“Connecticut rabies guidance requires six months of strict confinement for an unvaccinated domestic animal with a wound of unknown origin.”
Only staff members were allowed to handle him, but they gave him a lot of love!
Just outside the shelter, there is a healthy crop of catnip flourishing in the Spring sunshine.
Volunteers snip a few sprigs for the shelter cats on their way into the building.
Dante and Chad are old buddies.
They were rescued from a hoarding situation with their friend Ace.
Good News! Jerry and Newman have been adopted.
That meant the Lobby Room was empty and could get a much needed touch up.
Meanwhile, across the Lobby, Huey watched and waited for me.
Two year old friendly, high energy Huey wants company, loves to play, but doesn’t love other cats. So there he stays, in a nice room of his own, impatiently waiting for his next playmate.
Last week I met charming Salsa. She was adopted before I could share her!
I need to blog faster…
Bridget came to PAWS when her senior person could no longer take care of her.
She is a full figured six year old, friendly and laid-back.
Looking for a lap warmer? We have got the perfect cat for you!
The Maestro is new to PAWS, but he does have a big confident presence in Cat Room #1. He is a friendly two year old boy.
By contrast, one year old Casey is small in stature with a mighty purr!
Nevis loves people, other cats – not so much.
Handsome three year old Nevis would love to be your one and only.