Last week I met Frederick and fell in love.
He’s a big guy, but he’s calm, sweet and gentle.
The kittens I’ve been featuring lately are little balls of energy… and other things that require some training and cleaning supplies.
A mature cat is just ready to love you and so happy to have a home.
Come meet Frederick at PAWS!
Tommie’s 14th Birthday
Tommie wants to thank everyone for their birthday wishes. He was too busy celebrating in his catnip patch yesterday.
New multi-tiered cat beds were donated to the Shelter and some assembly was required…
Freddy was busy supervising and providing much needed comic relief.
Warner and Mercedes approve. Good boy, Freddy!
These two came to the shelter in late June. Although they are teenagers now, (about 9 months old) they are very calm, quiet, shy young cats and haven’t asked for the car keys yet.
Yankee is a black and white male, and Doodle is an orange and white female.
I’m going to need some help here listing their names. Given my weakness for tabby cats, I do know that the very cute Gideon is on top.
UPDATE: Gideon has left the Shelter for his new home!
When you visit PAWS, you can see these cats through a big picture window in the shelter lobby. I was photographing them and the bottom left perch was empty. So, I picked up the beautiful cat who’s wearing the tuxedo and put him in place.
These cats are very co operative!
She’s got plenty of playful kitten energy and can leap around her room without touching the floor. Liza will be having her first birthday soon. I sure hope she’ll be celebrating in a new home.
She’s only 9 months old, but she’s already seen some hard times. Her cage card says, “Owner-released” and “Afraid of a raised hand and loud noises”.
We’re wishing this nice girl much better luck with her next family.
Update June 2012 – Margot finally got a new home!
Shirley is a two year old tuxedo cow cat. You can’t see it in this photograph, but she has several nicely placed black markings. Besides her obvious cuteness, she’s a very sweet, friendly girl.
She’s available for adoption at PAWS, but she’s not going anywhere without her buddy Sandy.
When Sunday morning volunteer Jo Ann sat down in the meeting room, she discovered that Tallahassee is a lap cat.
Tally is about a year old- a bright, curious, and affectionate girl cat.
“You will always be lucky if you know how to make friends with strange cats.” – Colonial proverb
While Oliver waits for a new family to adopt him at the Shelter, he has a very important job. He checks out the dogs and lets the shelter staff know if they can safely live with cats.
Oliver loves dogs.
He’s also got really cute paws.