Five year old Ziti is a mighty hunter.
He does his best work horizontally.
Mr. Larry was a stray, living on the streets. In the past he was somebody’s sweetheart. We know that because he’s a friendly and affectionate guy.
He’s four years old, been neutered and had a dental at PAWS.
Mr. Larry is ready to go!
Last weekend Rick put up his 13th hammock at PAWS. We worried that the cats in the room would be disturbed by the sound of the drill. But, as you can see, little Precious was too interested to be frightened.
She also loved the catnip kickers I made out of fabric left over from the hammock.
Every now and then, a cat comes to PAWS who charms volunteers and staff alike.
Franklin is a definitely such a cat.
If you are reading this, I may be on the way to solving my blog problems.
Although I haven’t posted in months, I have continued visiting and photographing the cats at PAWS.
I took these pictures back in late May.
Mom Scarlet had given birth to three kittens at PAWS.
She really had her paws full! Off they went to foster, where the little family got tender loving care until everybody was ready for adoption.
Two year old Hope hasn’t had an easy time in her brief life. She was returned to the shelter because the other cat in her adoptive home refused to accept her.
Puffy came to PAWS with a “bite of unknown origin”.
Because there’s no way to know whether a stray cat has had a rabies vaccination, he was put in a strict quarantine.
“Connecticut rabies guidance requires six months of strict confinement for an unvaccinated domestic animal with a wound of unknown origin.”
Only staff members were allowed to handle him, but they gave him a lot of love!