Kanga was in foster with her kittens. After they were nicely weaned and adopted, she was quite surprised to find herself back in the shelter!
But don’t worry, her stay at PAWS was very brief while she recovered from her spay. Kanga is already off to her forever home.
Meanwhile, Mr. Tibbs and Shadow are still waiting.
Daisy and Gatsby, a gorgeous sister and brother, are still waiting at PAWS.
We are surprised that they haven’t been scooped up and taken home!
They are playful, friendly, and get along fine with other cats.
Prepare yourselves, I’m about to overwhelm you with amazing shelter cats!
The bad ear day was actually only a few seconds long – but George did have a jaunty look while it lasted.
He’s a handsome and friendly laid-back five year old.
I spend quite a bit of my Sunday mornings cleaning cages and visiting my friends in Cat Room #1. Yes, Sharky is still waiting for adoption. When it’s his turn out of the cage, he doesn’t waste any time.
Two of Sharky’s hobbies are lounging in the wall hammock and enthusiastically hunting.
Introducing beautiful young Tessa, of the amber eyes, gleaming black coat, and green highlights.
She’s very friendly and sweet; not to mention a helpful painting assistant.
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.”