We didn’t see much of Bagheera the first few weeks after he was left at PAWS by his owners. After a while he got used to the new sounds, smells, feline roommates, and people. When he emerged from his carpeted cubby we discovered that he’s a shy but very friendly boy who craves attention and affection.
You may have seen Merritt here in previous posts, but she has never looked so contented and pleased with her surroundings. Chewy.com generously donated two of these Catit Bench Scratchers to PAWS. I emailed them, sent pictures of our red themed room, and, within a few days they sent the scratchers.
Mindy (top) and Bunny thought that they could avoid the antics of young Graycie by staying up high on the shelves. They were surprised when she levitated up to visit them.
There has been a lot to celebrate at PAWS, in addition to the regular parade of kittens passing through the shelter on their way to happily-ever-afters.
Young Martina spent a lot of time hiding when she first came to the Lobby Room at PAWS. But not any more…
I can’t even be sure I’m showing you three different cats!
Momcat Eeny had three kittens and she was the only one who could tell them apart. This is kitten #1, and could be either Meeny, Miny or Moe…
I couldn’t resist that fractured fairy tale title…
Petite and beautiful, polydactyl momcat Cinder has done a fine job raising her six kittens. After the kittens were weaned and she had her operation to retire from producing anymore, she was adopted.
Her kittens won’t be at PAWS for very long, but I can’t resist showing them off.
Has Julia got a cute tabby tail?
No. She’s just cuddling in the window hammock with her good friend Mimi.
Petite Julia is 10 years old and has a gentle, calm purrsonality. Mimi is an energetic young tuxie tabby. Together or separately, these very nice cats are available at PAWS.