Most years kittens come and go at PAWS. For some reason, this year the kittens keep coming and coming! Despite an active TNR program in our area, PAWS is bursting with adorable furry critters.
Sisters Edina and Patsy have been charming everyone since they took up residence
in the PAWS kitten room.
I couldn’t resist that fractured fairy tale title…
Petite and beautiful, polydactyl momcat Cinder has done a fine job raising her six kittens. After the kittens were weaned and she had her operation to retire from producing anymore, she was adopted.
Her kittens won’t be at PAWS for very long, but I can’t resist showing them off.
On a Spring morning many years ago, when I was taking out the trash, I saw a tiny kitten with enormous paws in our front yard. I called to him, and he approached close enough for me to scoop him up.
When my husband Rick got home from work that night, I said, “Look what I found”.
Rick said, “I think that’s our kitten”.
And we lived happily ever after until last week.
We feel so fortunate that we found each other. I’m also grateful for your understanding and expressions of sympathy. They have been enormously comforting.
Little girl kitten Purrsnickitty has been given a funny name. The “purr” part is certainly accurate. As soon as you pet her, her motor revs up.
I don’t think she will have a long wait before she’s adopted.
If you live in the Norwalk CT. area and are interested in any cat or kitten at PAWS, you can get a head start on the adoption process by filling out an application HERE.