Naps were only interrupted when the cats moved to a more comfortable spot.
Midnight claimed the wall cup. Goober, on the left, shared the shelf with her buddy, four year old orange Jetpack.
I’m very happy to announce that you won’t be seeing Theodore (aka Theadorable) on this blog ever again.
That’s Cove on top and Greyrock under the bench. From their position and body language, you can probably tell that Cove is confident and outgoing, while Greyrock is more shy.
But, Cove has a good technique for socializing Greyrock.
Does Boots look like a grumpy cat? Blame the photographer.
Handsome young Catsby is pretty Great! He was a stray until he was brought to PAWS. The Great Catsby is friendly, but a little shy. The first week I met him, he was hiding under and behind furniture. Now he’s looking much more relaxed.
Gray Emily has found herself a comfortable perch on top of the cat tree, but who’s that with the white paws, tabby stripes, and coat of many colors?
“I’ve been made blue, I’ve been lied to
When will I be loved?
What a friendly purrsonable cat! This is eight year old Azalea. Her information card says that she was abandoned. How could that have happened?
As you can see, she’s at the height of fashion in her lion cut.
Pretty Lieutenant Uhura had some annoying mats in her fur, so she’s been to the groomer too. Such cool cats!
Sweetie Pie – Week 2
Here’s our little foster kitten, Sweetie Pie! She’s very playful. Yesterday she jumped into my lap! OK, there was tuna involved, but I think we’re making progress.