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Shelter Cats

Titus

Titus would like to invite you in for a visit.
Last week this gentle giant was shy about coming out into the room, but very happy to be petted, brushed, and loved from the security of his cage.
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Shelter Cats

Ulysses S. Cat

The “S” stands for Sweetheart. The card on Ulysses’ cage says that he was a stray, but somewhere in his short (one year) life, he figured out that when people sit down, an amazing thing happens: a lap is formed, creating a very comfortable perch.
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Shelter Cats

Time to Celebrate!

eYankeeDoodle2011

This is a photograph from 2011 of black and white Yankee and his sister Doodle. They came to PAWS around the Fourth of July.

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Here they are again, just a few months ago.

They were shy kittens who grew up into sweet, calm, and quiet adults at the shelter. They won’t be making any more appearances here. They have been adopted together!!!

eGeraldo

And they took their roommate young Geraldo with them!

eNoname3

Remember Noname? Adopted.

I bet she gets a new name to go with her new forever home.

I’m so very happy to share the news. January was a great month at PAWS. And there are even a few days left…

Shelter Cats

Yankee and Doodle

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It was a peaceful Sunday morning at PAWS.
Black and white Hubbell is on top, Lieutenant Uhura on the left, and Doodle’s enjoying the wall hammock.

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Here comes Doodle’s brother Yankee wanting a turn in the hammock.

3HammockWill it hold two cats?

4Hammock

It sort of holds two cats…

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Maybe not too comfortably…

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It was a peaceful Sunday morning at PAWS.

Yankee and his sister Doodle are happy at the shelter. It’s the only home they have known in their three years. They get along well with other cats, live in a room with a window for bird watching, and enjoy the shelter cuisine. This shy pair came to PAWS when they were nine weeks old around the fourth of July in 2011. They have no idea how much sweeter their lives could be in a home of their own. I sure hope they find out soon.

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