For now, volunteers are not permitted at the shelter. Most of the cats have been adopted or are being fostered by kind hearted people. The cats pictured are still at PAWS. Don’t worry, staff goes in daily to provide TLC. They are available for adoption to approved families by appointment while the facility is closed to the public.
Charlie is a friendly three year old girl ready to enliven someone’s quarantine.
There are four cat beds and a comfortable chair in my studio for our three cats.
Somehow the bed on my drawing table was always the most popular.
Here’s Rufus the Red, Director of Marketing, displaying our latest T-shirt: “Little White Cats”.
Fortunately Ernie, Head of our Shipping Department, is not involved with this project. The T-shirts are delivered by Amazon.
How is our Ernie doing after six months with Mickey Mouser and Rufus the Red?
We’d say he’s somewhere between #3 and #4 depending on the time of day.
Beatrix and Bunny are just two of the beautiful youngsters waiting for homes at PAWS.
There have been a number of odd eyed cats at the shelter this year. Amazing!
Billy is only four years old, but he’s a victim of old age.
His person was moved to a nursing home and Billy ended up at PAWS.
Handsome and friendly, two year old Max came to PAWS with his sister Audrey.
Their family had medical problems and could no longer care for them.
Here’s a lovely opportunity: adopt a full grown, but still young, healthy boy who loves attention and gets along fine with other cats.
Come meet Max at PAWS.
When you have a harmonious home, with two wonderful well adjusted cats like Mickey Mouser and Rufus the Red, why rock the boat?
I don’t know the answer to that question.
One Sunday morning, while doing my regular cleaning work at PAWS, I saw this eight month old polydactyl boy, and evidently lost my mind.
That afternoon, I suggested Rick take some measurements at the shelter for a catification project. And, by the way, want to see a cute cat?