Safety in Numbers
We were doing a small but noisy catification project in the hall outside the kittens’ room last week. When we looked in to see if they minded the construction noise, this is what we saw.
PAWS still has many charming and friendly kittens waiting for homes!
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Question: What’s wrong with this picture?
Answer: Kittens, like Oliver and Twist above, growing up in cages.
There are so many beautiful and talented, brave and loving kittens at PAWS. If you are in Connecticut, please come to PAWS and open your heart!
During PAWS’ exciting Kitten Shower event you won’t have to open your wallet quite so far.
If you are far away, check with your local shelter. At this time of the year most animal rescue organizations are overflowing with homeless babies and adult cats.
There’s more than one cat named Patches at PAWS now, so this pretty girl has been designated “Patches II”. As you can see, she’s a dilute calico with beautiful markings. Only about two years old, she’s friendly and very active.
She must be placed with her brother Rusty, who is shy and wasn’t ready yet for a photo session. I’ll try to show you her handsome orange tiger companion next time… well, actually, I hope they won’t be at the shelter that long!
Kittens Fiver (black male) and Trudy (tortie female) are looking for a family to call their own too.
Here are kitten Pisces (Mini-Me?) and young cat Quinn.
Petunia lives in the same room with them. All are tabbies with white chest, paws, and face markings… but how different they are.
Good news! When I was at the shelter Thursday I witnessed a heartwarming event – the love-at-first-sight meeting of Quinn and his new family.
Quinn has gone home. Yea!
Little Leaf is changing from very cute kitten into a beautiful young cat.
I hope someone takes him home soon!
This little girl has the most beautiful calico markings- front and back!
Here we have years of companionship and love ready and waiting.