Falling in love is an occupational hazard for animal shelter volunteers, and when I met Watermelon it was love at first sight.
Continue reading “Watermelon”
Rick (our Kitty Carpenter) has made two wall
hammocks for our cats at home. Here’s Ernie enjoying one of them.
Rufus the Red had never experienced a hammock on the kitchen counter, but he was happy to try it out. Sorry Rufus, that’s not for you…
Continue reading “Cats and Hammocks”
Charming Lily lost her home when her person was hospitalized.
She’s a playful, petite five year old. Lily gets along nicely with other cats and would adjust well to a new home. Yours?
Pretty little Zoey is going home today!
Continue reading “Around PAWS and Home”
Rufus: “Ernie, you look very comfortable.”
Rufus: “I think that I will join you.”
Ernie: “Go away, Rufus. I was here first!”
Continue reading “Meanwhile, Back at Home”
Tinsel is an outgoing cat, interested in everything – except other cats. Continue reading “Pretty Girl”
For the past ten years I’ve been creating artwork to celebrate the Chinese zodiac. February 12th marks the beginning of the Year of the OX.
Work in progress; Ernie considers my drawing table a prime spot for a nap.
Continue reading “The Year of the OX”
This week we celebrate our Rufus’ fifth Gotcha Day!
There’s never a dull moment with Rufus!
Continue reading “Rufus the Red”
For now, volunteers are not permitted at the shelter. Most of the cats have been adopted or are being fostered by kind hearted people. The cats pictured are still at
PAWS. Don’t worry, staff goes in daily to provide TLC. They are available for adoption to approved families by appointment while the facility is closed to the public.
Charlie is a friendly three year old girl ready to enliven someone’s quarantine. Continue reading “No Sundays at the Shelter”