Here’s Brian and his brother Buster again – you met them a few weeks ago. Tabby Brian is cautious but curious. He checks to see if Buster likes you first… But Buster is so affectionate and outgoing; he seems to like everyone!
When I cleaned their cage, the disruption sent them up to their hammock. It’s harder to find homes for cats when there are two that can’t be parted. But the comfort they bring each other while they wait is very sweet to see.
Quiet and shy Pauline with her roommates today.
That’s playful Mac in the foreground- a sweet young male. Gem is the white cat, Pauline is on top of the perch, and Daphne is in the tube.
Cat Room #4 at PAWS is fun to visit.
UPDATE: Pretty Pauline has been adopted!
Continuing with the counting game, here’s the peaceful gang in Cat Room #5.
Io is a very sociable tabby and white cat. Here he is with Jerome…
and with Bobby. He enjoys the company of people too.
When I wrote about Milo back in May, he was still a very grumpy, unfriendly guy. What a difference love, attention, and treats can make!
Now Milo is living loose in Cat Room #5. His calm manner and loud purr makes him the favorite cat to curl up with.
That’s Violet in the cage. The cats are telling her to stop hissing all the time so that she can come out too.
Phoebe and Zoe-Bob
Mindy and Maggie
Milo and Bobby
Julio and Concha
Some of the pairs at the Shelter came in together. Some found comfort in new friends that they met at PAWS.
“Ain’t it good to know that you’ve got a friend
When people can be so cold
They’ll hurt you, and desert you
And take your soul if you let them
Oh, but don’t you let them…
You just call out my name
And you know wherever I am
I’ll come running to see you again
Winter, spring, summer or fall
All you have to do is call
And I’ll be there
You’ve got a friend.”
Jerome and Bunny love the cool new trees in their room.
I used to watch a TV show on the Animal Planet network called, “HouseCat HouseCall“. A vet visited homes and advised families on resolving behavioral issues. Dr. Katrina almost always suggested the purchase of cat trees.
It works for Santana! She’s is now out of her cage and free to enjoy her roommates. Or climb the cat tree and get away from it all.
This shy girl is almost a year old and making good progress with her socialization. Pokeeta looks like she’s thinking, “Can I really trust you?”