Rick and I are always on the lookout for cats when we travel.
We encountered this big boy striding along a street in Barcelona.
He is a sculpture created by the artist Botero.
Rick spotted a distant cousin of our Rufus the Red in the Alhambra.
And here’s a lovely calico.
Believe it or not, our favorite animal siting wasn’t a cat!
Continue reading “Cats and Other Animals Abroad”
There are so many cats and kittens at PAWS (and at your local shelter) waiting to enrich your life, beautiful your home, and warm your heart.
Continue reading “Living With Cats: Part One”
Titus would like to invite you in for a visit.
Last week this gentle giant was shy about coming out into the room, but very happy to be petted, brushed, and loved from the security of his cage.
Continue reading “Titus”
Patch! Look out! We are being overrun with kittens!
Apricat heads for higher ground.
Oreo seems unfazed, but watches from the high wall hammock.
Continue reading “Invasion of the Heart Snatchers”
It’s been over a year since Apricat came to PAWS.
She’s a six year old girl, full of personality and energy.
Continue reading “A Visit With Apricat”
The “S” stands for Sweetheart. The card on Ulysses’ cage says that he was a stray, but somewhere in his short (one year) life, he figured out that when people sit down, an amazing thing happens: a lap is formed, creating a very comfortable perch.
Continue reading “Ulysses S. Cat”
These shy boys are only about ten months old. They are a bonded pair and won’t be separated. If you’re looking for a gentle, playful set of youngsters, look no more!
Continue reading “Frick and Frack”
Orange and white Wally is just one year old.
He and his brother Theodore are shy young cats.
Continue reading “Wally and Theodore”