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January 30, 2011

Easy Like Sunday - Conrad

Now that Conrad has gotten used to the sights and sounds of the shelter, he LOVES hanging out with his human volunteer pals. Today, after he sat on my lap for a while, this sweet and handsome boy helped Tracey read the newspaper. :)

To see more pictures of our pal Conrad, check out our fellow PAWS volunteer's blog, Sundays at the Shelter.

35 comments:

  1. it's so nice of you to lie on the newspaper while someone's reading it, Conrad. :) i hope you find your forever home.

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  2. What a good looking guy!! And very helpful!!

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  3. conrad knows how to cover the news!

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  4. What a helpful cat you are Conrad - that paper won't blow away with you holding it down
    We hope your furever home is not going to be long finding you.

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  5. What a cutie Conrad is, I love his pink nose!!!

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  6. Best of luck to you handsome Conrad!

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  7. I myself do not help the Human read the paper, but she said that many of her Kitties Who Came Before were very helpful like that. We both hope Conrad finds his furever home soon!

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  8. hee hee! We like to "help" our mom read too! Conrad is a sweetheart! We hope and purr he'll have a furrever home soom.

    Pip, Smidgen, Minnie, and Hollie

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  9. A newspaper kitty, I love it! (especially one who reads the classifieds)
    Conrad, you'll find your forever home, soon, I know it!

    Hugs,
    Tom
    xoxo

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  10. Conrad is a very handsome guy! Sending lots of good wishes for him to find his forever home. I know someone out there needs help reading their newspaper!
    ~ Miss Emily

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  11. He's adorable. And such a good helper too.

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  12. Conrad is very handsome with his orange markings!

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  13. Wish I can take you home with me, Conrad! You are so handsome <3

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  14. Oh Conrad is such a good kitty to "help" her read the newspaper :-)
    When you get a chance, please visit my blog to pick up your award. You already have many awards, but my boys want you to have Stylish Blogger Award.

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  15. Oh Conrad..once again mommy fell in love. This time with you. You are so handsome and sweet. MUAH! ♥

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  16. He's so cute - hoping for a forever home for him.

    Cats of Wildcat Woods

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  17. Is it even possible to read a paper without a cat to assist (and supervise)?

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  18. Conrad is a lovely kitty. We hope he will find his forever home soon. Thankyou for visiting and leaving your purrs and well wishes. Sorry I don't have any good news about MoMo.

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  19. Hi Conrad! Yoo are a beautiful boy and we hope yoo get a wonderful forever home really soon.

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  20. I hope he only read the people part and not the political one of the newspaper ! Cat's are really newspaper fans !

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  21. Haha -- kitties are such great helpers when it comes to reading the newspaper.

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  22. Conrad is a gorgeous mancat!...We hope he finds the loving home he deserves soon, but we are very grateful he has you guys to love him now!...Happy week ahead, sweet friends...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki

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  23. That picture of Conrad with the newspaper is very cute!
    Thanks for joining us for weekend cat blogging!

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  24. How wonderful of you to volunteer your time, and take these cats in.

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  25. Handsome AND well informed about the world! Conrad will be an asset in lots of ways when his perfect forever family finds him!

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  26. Handsome AND intelligent? He's the whole package!

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  27. What a wonderful thing you do, never refusing a cat. I wish all the shelters were the same in my area. When I called one shelter in Littleton, NH. in search of getting some financial assistance for the stray I was feeding, she said "I'll call you right back". When she called me back she said "no we can't take her" I said "I didn't ask you to take her, I just want to get some help so I can get her spayed and have all the inoculations she needs". She said "oh well that's a different program we have nothing to do with that. But I can email you a link for the information on where to inquire for the paper work". Well good thing I have not relied on any assistance from her, as it's been over a week and she still hasn't gotten back to me. And there is another humane shelter in Lancaster, that will almost always refuse cats.

    However I'm sure these places get overwhelmed with the need to help and save so many cats and dogs on limited funds.

    So far the best place for help i have received is Riverside Rescue. Where I already made an appointment for early March. My granddaughter brought 5 cats there at once to be spayed. So counting all their inoculations. I think it cost her $70.00.

    And I did receive a call from Ally Cat Allies, informing me that they would be sending the necessary paper work.

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  28. Aww such a helpful cat with the newspaper reading! :)

    This was my first time taking part in weekend cat blogging and that's how I found your blog.

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  29. Conrad - you are soooo handsome! You're in great hands at PAWS. We hope you find a forever home very soon.

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  30. OH Conrad, your sweet picture just wraps around my mom's heart.

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  31. We like your labor as home of reception. Many organizations of animal voluntary work helping cats and dogs of the same way here in Spain. We hope that they have a good home soon.

    Thanks for visiting us, you are always welcome!

    Purrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs.

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  32. Greetings,

    Our heart always goes out to these beautiful creatures in need of love, comfort and the kindness of human touch. We are so very happy that you and the other volunteers are there for them.

    Warmest regards,
    Miss Kitty and Egmont

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  33. He looks like a great helper for paper reading!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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