Cove and Greyrock


That’s Cove on top and Greyrock under the bench. From their position and body language, you can probably tell that Cove is confident and outgoing, while Greyrock is more shy.
But, Cove has a good technique for socializing Greyrock.


Play therapy works wonders.



Greyrock (named for a street in Stamford CT where he and Cove were abandoned) is a healthy, gentle, and submissive male. He forgets to be shy when presented with string toys!
If you’re in the Norwalk CT area, come visit Cove and Greyrock in Cat Room #5 at PAWS.

24 thoughts on “Cove and Greyrock”

  1. Our mommy loves grey cats so much as evidenced by our sponsoring the sweet Swizzle, having an angel grey kitty of our own and two current ones. She may have to add Greycock to our sponsorship. Both Cove and Greycock are stunning and we will purr and pray that they soon have forever homes as we do all the PAWS kitties. Thanks for sharing these two with us. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  2. Greyrock is looking a bit sad today. His playmate Cove was adopted yesterday. I hope Greyrock’s forever family is on their way to finding him!

  3. Great photo series Maggie! Nicely Designed!
    Mixed feelings about Cove being adopted without Greyrock, happy/sad/happy.
    Greyrock is gorgeous, hope he finds his home pronto!

  4. Such sweeties, I was hoping they could be adopted together. I don’t think people wiling to break up a bonded pair should be allowed to adopt. It makes me so sad that they have to be split up.

  5. Mee-you it iss a pleasure to mee you Cove an GreyRock! Ladymum swooned when shee saw yur foto GreyRock……mew mew mew….
    Wee hope youss’ find a fur efurr home together!!!
    Sinseerlee, Purrince Siddhartha Henry =^,.^= an LadyMum 🙂

  6. That is too bad that Cove and Greyrock had to be separated. But hopefully Greyrock will find a new friend and soon. He is so handsome, we are sure someone will want him. We all have our paws crossed for him.

  7. That is so precious it just brings the biggest smile to mommy. Even I am smiling. Thank you for this dear picture.

  8. I’m so happy to hear that Cove has found his family. It’s always bittersweet when the mentor cats go. We want them to find families, but their shy cat work is so important, too!

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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