At the shelter, some of the cats are loose together in small rooms and some are in cages. It depends on their age and condition and temperament and health. Occasionally I buy a package of cat toys to keep the caged cats from getting too bored. But I have to bring the mice to the shelter before Gracie catches them!
Benjamin, at the shelter, has lovely white paws. But at home, my boy Tommie has champion polydactyl paws.
After we clean litter boxes and make sure everyone has fresh water and food, our reward is play time with the kittens. This little guy wasn’t at the shelter very long last Spring.
This blog is not just about cats. OK, to be honest, it’s mostly about cats. But occasionally I do meet one of the dogs who takes up temporary residence at the shelter.
Three cats with white, tan, gray, and black fur.
White whiskers and goldy green eyes…
But how different they all are!