Oh, the pleasure of sitting on the floor in the rumpus room at PAWS!
I was a human cat tree.
Wiley, Joey, and Mickey were perfectly behaved affectionate kittens.
Pearl was adorable.
And so was her sister Shasta.
Pretty little mama Phoebe is enjoying life without her annoying and adorable kittens.
Here are two of her babies.
Reminder to self:
Do not leave paper towel rolls unattended while kittens are in the area.
(Reminder courtesy of Casey and Cedar)
Tabby Biscuit and calico Tater are two of the very friendly large kittens in the busy Lobby Room at PAWS.
Volunteering at PAWS is like being a grandparent.
You get to play, cuddle, and spoil the babies, and then you go home.
Twix is not even two years old and has already had babies. While she has retired from that line of work, she has managed to maintain her leggy girlish figure.
Twix is friendly, playful, and gets along well with other cats.
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.
Now that I have your attention…
This is the adoption board at PAWS as of December 30. When they add a sheet to extend the list, you know it’s been a very good month.
Fortunately, it’s been a very good year for well over 700 cats and kittens!
Here are a few of the remarkable kittens who passed through the shelter this year: