Now that Fall is in the air, it’s snuggling weather at PAWS.
This is Sherry on the left and brother Sebastian on the right.
None of the people who work or volunteer at PAWS can understand why these sweet cats are still waiting for a home.
Down below let me introduce…
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.
Hazel is an 18 month old Calico cat. She’s friendly and playful.
Roxy is a sweet 12 year old senior kitty. She qualifies for the PAWS Senior Cat Pension Plan*.
Flowers are popping open, kittens, with and without Mommies, are appearing at the shelter.
This tiny tiger is thriving, defying all odds thanks to TLC from PAWS’ Cat Lady in Chief. Imagine, Ellen has been bottle feeding four Motherless kittens since they were a week old!
Elsewhere in the shelter…
This is Butterfly, who is an orphan because her person moved abroad and could not take her along.
She is such a loving lovely cat; it must have broken the person’s heart.
As you can see, BeeBee has gorgeous markings. You’ll have to visit her at PAWS to experience her sweet loving personality. Bonus! BeeBee has a sister who must be adopted with her.
Nellie, on the left, is the official greeter in Cat Room #4. Whenever someone comes in, she is right there chatting and waiting for head rubs. That’s her roommate Charlotte on the right.
What was Buster studying?
Fourteen year old Buster was checking out his roommate Lucinda. It’s good to be cautious when introducing cats, but these two will get along fine.
Quite a few kittens were adopted at PAWS last week. And we’re especially pleased that two older cats, 15 year old calico Calliope and 10 year old Sydney, found good homes.