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.
Unfortunately back cats are often the last chosen of the available felines at the shelter. It’s a surprising fact when you look at healthy, playful, handsome young Sam!
Natasha was adopted from PAWS as a kitten four years ago.
Recently, she was returned because she was peeing outside of the litter box. She has gotten a clean bill of health from the shelter vet. Most likely, she was having territorial issues with stray cats around her previous home.
Gentle and shy, Natasha likes being brushed and enjoys a little nip in moderation.
A pet is a member of the family and when things go wrong, a pet parent has to do some research (starting with a visit to the vet), problem solving, and detective work to find a solution. There is a wealth of information on the web.
Imagine if bed wetting children were dropped off at an orphanage…
OK, I will now step off my soapbox and show you some cute kittens.
Laid-back Misty is very patient with the youngsters in her room.
She keeps an eye on little Otto.
Loving Cinnamon has more of a paws-on approach.
Patch! Look out! We are being overrun with kittens!
Apricat heads for higher ground.
Oreo seems unfazed, but watches from the high wall hammock.
In the last blog post you met Jules; that’s him in the cubby. He has three sweet female roommates: Mimi and baby Diana (shown here), and River.
Mimi is a shy young girl, only a year old, but she does love to play!
Meet young Chatty Cathy!
She’s an excellent conversationalist, fluent in Cat and in People.
Cathy is friendly but shy; loves being brushed, and talks up a storm.
Ms. Minnie is a small cat, gentle and sweet.
She’s young – only a year and a half old.