I checked at PAWS to see if anyone was using the new wall hammock recently installed. I think Marshall was letting Elmer know that his time was up, because…
a little while later…
The new wall hammocks, built by my husband Rick, are part of a volunteer program at PAWS to improve the cats’ environment while they wait for their new forever homes.
Marley is a three year old active, friendly cat. He’s got a sleek and shiny black coat. His cage card says he’s a couch potato, but show him a string toy and he becomes a determined hunter, leaping joyously.
However, in the interests of full disclosure, I do have to report that Marley is a toy thief. I had just put this catnip toy in Mercury‘s cage…
Seven year old Sweet Pea was “Owner Released” to PAWS last October. She gets along just fine with other cats and has an easy going personality.
She hopes to be someone’s Sweet Pea again soon.
Sweet Pea is a curious and adventurous girl. She lost no time checking out the new wall hammock made by my cat loving husband Rick!
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.
Andrew has a lot to smile about. He’s Mr. Purrsonality with plenty of food, toys, soft beds, and admirers. It’s a big improvement from his time on the streets.
Here he is chilling out with cute and friendly one year old Khal.
That’s not a cat toy on the floor – it’s Andrew’s tail!
Quiet and gentle Mercedes is on the bottom. Of all the cats at PAWS, she has the unfortunate distinction of having one of the longest stays. Bunny above her is also sweet and calm.
While they are well cared for at PAWS, something is missing.
Could it be you?