Her name is listed as “Reckless”, but that must refer to her previous owners.
They left her in a carrier outside a vet’s office. Fortunately, she was brought to PAWS.
Here’s a laid-back six year old cat waiting at PAWS.
Bon Bon is as sweet as his name.
He likes other cats and calmly accepted a kiss from Sebastian.
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.”
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.
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.
When you come to PAWS, Emily will greet you in the Lobby Room.
She’s a gentle, playful, leggy one year old.
Friendly supervisor Black Jack is one of her roommates. He must be adopted with his sister Miss Kitty. She is a smaller version of Black Jack and of a more retiring nature. They are eight years old.
But wait, I have more to show you!
What a spectacular house panther.
Middie was an outdoor cat who became very friendly with her caretaker. When it started to get cold outside, and her person couldn’t keep an indoor cat , Middie was brought to PAWS.
With all the snow and freezing temperatures here in Connecticut, it was a wise and caring decision.
Sunday I brought fresh catnip from my garden to PAWS. Not all cats like the nip, but Matt (on the right) sure enjoyed it.