black and white cats
That’s what I imagine Marshall was thinking as I took his picture.
This isn’t his first stay at PAWS. Marshall and his brother Hubbell were adopted several years ago, but came back to the shelter when their person died.
Sometimes progress comes in tiny steps. Take Rudy, (please take Rudy!) he was a cat who preferred to be invisible. Hiding in corners, behind furniture, down low inside cat trees – anywhere, anyway, that he could avoid contact.
Looking at Rudy’s photograph, you wouldn’t think that this shows a giant breakthrough. But, he’s out in the open these days and allowing us to gently pet his head. Rudy is ready to go home, as soon as the right patient person comes for him.