He is such a busy little cat- sometimes it seems like he’s everywhere at once. But I have to admit that I had some fun using Photoshop in this photograph. Oreo has been adopted!
It’s very cold outside here in Connecticut. These shelter cats were sunbathing and playing on their new cat perch.
As soon as Ishma sees someone approach, she starts to purr.
Some of the cats are very relaxed, like this one on the chair. And then there are more watchful timid cats like these under the table. Volunteers spend a lot of time crawling around on the floor!
Kittens come into the shelter and are mostly adopted right away, unless they are too young or need extra care. Chances are, I won’t see this kitten when I go to PAWS next Sunday. Have a wonderful life, sweet little kitten!
After we had a good long visit on Sunday, I told Kessa that she’d have to go back in her cage. She was not pleased.
That’s Jezebel on the left and her sister Neko on the right. In the middle is an antique postcard from England where they consider black cats to be Good Luck!
We have cat TV at PAWS. Jezebel is fascinated. It must be a more interesting show than what’s playing at my house… She also has beautiful orange eyes. I hope she’s not sitting too close to the TV!