Amazing adoption news! Do you remember Eden the Peace Cat? He was the star of our Peace Globe back in November, who had been waiting at PAWS for his forever home for 2-1/2 years (we wrote his first post in September 2009). Well, Eden has finally found his forever home, where he will know the peace of being loved forever. We're absolutely over the moon! :)
And do you remember Tommy, who was one of our helpful "Mr. Chewy" models? He's also been adopted, together with Eva!
Also finding a forever home was strikingly handsome, but timid Pablo. We're told he made an instantaneous bond with his new family when they first came to PAWS to find a new kitty.
And even though we usually only cover the PAWS cats here, we just HAVE to let you know that Dutchess the woofie, the gentle giantess who helped us with our "Bark in the Park" post, has also found her forever family. We love you, Dutchie! :)
What's that you say? You want some MORE happiness? No problem! Just check out these wonderful happy tails (er ... we mean tales) that have recently come in:
"About a month ago, my family and I adopted 2 adorable cats named Adele and Bruno. We renamed them to Minty and Storm :) They are so very happy and they brighten up every moment of the day! Storm loves to lay on my stomach and Minty loves to play with catnip and toys! She has the sweetest little meow I've ever heard. They are the best thing to ever happen to my family and I and we thank you very much for helping us and helping them find a great home!"
Tiger and Shadow: Tiger has been very outgoing and friendly. Purring up a storm and very loving. She is still testing the waters by jumping up on the sofa by her mom and then jumping right down. She is very vocal at mealtime. Shadow is still hiding quite a bit, but is has begun venturing out when the house is empty or people are asleep. She has learned how to open cabinets and drawers to find dark places from which to observe the household routine. She does let herself be pet a bit. There is evidence of activity such as getting up on all high surfaces ... picture frames are moved, paw prints on the piano, etc. They are both eating well, and using the litterbox as they are supposed to.
Jasmine is doing well. She has met the other cat, a boy named Detroit. She is a bit hissy and swipes at him, but only in a half-hearted manner. He sits next to her, and when she swipes he just touches her head with his paw, no claws. He brings her toys and tries to engage her in play. She hasn't responded in like manner yet, but it hasn't even been a week. She lets her people pet her, although she did give the dad a good scratch. He says it was not intended, just a mistake on her part ... not the scratch but the intensity. They are still keeping her in one room and separating cats when not supervised.
Well, that's it for this post. Have a great day, everybody! :)