Springtime at PAWS

Flowers are popping open, kittens, with and without Mommies, are appearing at the shelter.
This tiny tiger is thriving, defying all odds thanks to TLC from PAWS’ Cat Lady in Chief. Imagine, Ellen has been bottle feeding four Motherless kittens since they were a week old!
Elsewhere in the shelter…

Here is Al Cat overseeing the Spring cleaning and freshening up of Cat Room #3.
He is a loving calm eight year old, and very good company. Al is diabetic and may need insulin and/or a special diet for the rest of his life. Don’t worry, he gets lots of love and excellent care while he waits for his special someone.

You can see how bothered he is by all the sanding and scraping!

Cat Room #3 looks bright and cheerful.

Naomi is still at PAWS and has amassed a great collection of toys.

Two year old Calico girl Patches certainly won’t wait at PAWS very long. She’s playful and friendly.
Happy Spring from PAWS!

19 thoughts on “Springtime at PAWS”

  1. What great photos of some of our sweet, adoptable pals! Maggie and Rick, we aren’t surprised that Al Cat is not concerned with any commotion … he knows you have that catification well in hand. Room 3 looks fabulous! 🙂

    Thanks for all you do! See you soon.

  2. Everyone is looking so adorable! Such sweet tiger kitten. Glad the kittens without mom are in good hands!
    Love the cheerful colors in Cat Room #3 🙂 Happy spring!

  3. it brings tears to my eyes to see how beautifully and lovingly cared for these kitties are. It is immaculate, cheerful, they couldn’t be waiting for their furever home anywhere better! Just beautiful! xoxo

  4. All the kitties at PAWS are so fortunate to have so many wonderful people who look out for their well being. Well done all of you 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

  5. Oh they are all so cute. Of course I would like to have Patches, but the Inn is a little full right now. We so hope they all find homes soon. And thanks to that wonderful person who is feeding those kittens with a bottle. Well done.

  6. You felines have some pawsome humans helping you out there. My brother and I were also fostered and bottle fed when we were found (we had 3 other siblings). The Female Human took the two of us in to foster and that is how The Tribe of Three became The Tribe of Five!

  7. Caren, I could not have said it any better. You expressed exactly how I feel as well. XXX

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