The definition of shelter in the dictionary reads, “something beneath, behind, or within which a person, animal, or thing is protected from storms, missiles, adverse conditions, etc.; refuge”.
These cats are so friendly and sweet, you can tell that they had a loving home. It must have been very hard for someone to leave them behind at the shelter. I hope.
The kind people at the Scratch Lounge company sent some of their products to PAWS for the shelter cats. They are a big hit! If you use this link to order one for your furry family, PAWS will get a donation.
This pretty stray cat was brought in to the shelter recently, ending her rough time on the street. Angel is shy but friendly, and must have had a family that loved her at some point. I wish we knew her story.
Most of the cages at the shelter are two room efficiency apartments. Here’s Tay supervising the cleaning of his litter box from the loft over his bedroom.
He appreciates a clean home.
Kittens come into the shelter and are mostly adopted right away, unless they are too young or need extra care. Chances are, I won’t see this kitten when I go to PAWS next Sunday. Have a wonderful life, sweet little kitten!
Who is that playing under the shelter’s meeting room couch? It’s little Sheila.
These cats and three or four others (I lost count) are content at the shelter. There are no cages in their room because they all get along fine. Here they are, sitting together in a sunny window, waiting for a family of their own.