Nope, I’m sorry. The very cute cheez kittens, Brie, Colby, and Crozier have already been adopted.
But a look at these kittens will brighten any Winter day. There’s a brief video on Youtube, CLICK HERE.
You might want to turn down the sound; there was some enthusiastic litter box activity in the background!
Miss Piggy is eight years old and comes to PAWS as an “owner release” cat. Her information card says that she is independent and has a dominant personality. From what we can tell, so far she has expressed her preference to be an only cat.
Miss Piggy, like her namesake, is a diva.
She’s described as a low energy, couch potato.
But give her a mouse toy and stand back… this girl wants to play!
Little orange and white Jesse James was adopted this week. Happy Trails, Jesse!
His sister, calico Annie Oakley, is waiting for her turn.
Question: What’s wrong with this picture?
Answer: Kittens, like Oliver and Twist above, growing up in cages.
There are so many beautiful and talented, brave and loving kittens at PAWS. If you are in Connecticut, please come to PAWS and open your heart!
During PAWS’ exciting Kitten Shower event you won’t have to open your wallet quite so far.
If you are far away, check with your local shelter. At this time of the year most animal rescue organizations are overflowing with homeless babies and adult cats.
As you can imagine, these kittens will most likely have a very short stay at PAWS. Dude, the orange tabby boy, and sister Gypsy are about 11 weeks old and as sweet as they look.
Mercedes has finally gone home!
The big news at PAWS, cause for tears and celebration, is that Mercedes has gotten adopted. She came to the shelter with her kittens and spent 6 years waiting for her happily ever after.
A group of adorable kittens (not to be redundant) were brought to PAWS recently. I don’t know what their Mom looked like, but she had excellent taste in mencats.
Could these two really be brothers?
What do you think?
Baby boom at the shelter!
The Shelter is getting a lot of calls from people looking for kittens to adopt. The most requested colors are orange and white.
Twelve year old Dottie is patiently waiting at the shelter. She’s not going to chew on your headphone cords, or race around the house in the middle of the night, or any of that kitten nonsense. She’s just going to keep you company and love you for years.
I took this picture on the kittens’ last day at the Shelter. Hallie and the boys, Hank and Hammie, were all three adopted together and were waiting for their ride home.
Lucky kittens. Lucky family. Happy Thanksgiving!