October 28, 2018
This here is our new friend, Mason. As you can see, he's handsome, adorable and knows how to take a mighty fine selfie.😸
Mason is about 5 years old. This wonderful mancat ended up at PAWS when his family fell on hard financial times and could not afford to pay for his food or care. He's still getting used to the unfamiliar sights, sounds and smells of the shelter, but it's already abundantly clear that he is a sweet and gentle kitty. He is friendly and loves to be petted. Mason is neutered, microchipped, current on his vaccinations and negative for FIV and FeLV. He has lived with other cats and children and did well with both. Now, he's ready to find his new happily ever after, so come meet Mason today!
October 24, 2018
This beautiful kitty is our lovable and gentle friend, Ginger.
Ginger found her way to PAWS as a very pregnant stray cat. As often happens in such cases, her (7) beautiful babies have already been adopted. But because Ginger is so quiet and shy with people she does not know, she keeps being overlooked by potential adopters.
Those people are totally missing out. Ginger is super sweet, and allows all petting and brushing with no aggression at all.
All she needs to blossom is a patient loving human and a quiet home.
Ginger is about 3 years old. She is spayed, microchipped, current on her vaccinations and negative for FIV and FeLV. Ginger would also be a good companion for another quiet or shy adult cat. Come meet her today, and fall in love! 💖
October 21, 2018
This week's super adoptable selfies are brought to you by our sweet and beautiful friend, Charlotte. Look at those whiskers. Those eyes. That face! Adorable, right?
Super friendly Charlotte ended up at PAWS after being found as a stray. She enjoys being petted and brushed, and loves getting attention from her people friends. This two year-old gets along with other nice cats, but would also be happy as an only kitty. She is spayed, microchipped, current on her vaccinations and negative for FIV and FeLV. Please note that Charlotte has tested positive for Heartworm, and that her life expectancy is unknown. There is a chance she could succumb to heart problems in a month, or she could live for another 10 years or more. Because of this, Charlotte can be adopted at no fee. She's wonderful, and we sure hope that some lucky adopter takes a chance on this special kitty. Come meet Charlotte today!
October 17, 2018
Happy Wednesday greetings, from our own sweet Gracie. As you can see, our adorable little senior housepanther is planning to dress up as a bunny rabbit for Halloween. And she's bringing along a little friend!
Thank you to our wonderful friend, Ann, at Zoolatry for making Gracie's Halloween wish come true. For the month of October, Zoolatry has been transformed into BOOalatry. Be sure to visit to see which other anipals Ann is making costumes for this month! :)
Gracie already has a loving forever home here with us, but there are still plenty of awesome PAWS cats waiting patiently for their very own happily ever afters. Like our awesome, adoptable pal Suzette!
Suzette is about 9 years old. She is a complete sweetheart who loves hanging out with her human friends, and being pet and brushed. Suzette would do best in a quieter home. She is fine with other nice cats, but would also do well as your one and only. She's spayed, microchipped, current on her vaccinations, negative for FIV and FeLV, and ready to find her new best friend. Is it you?
October 14, 2018
Meet our handsome and snuggly new friend, Titus! If you're thinking he looks like a big ol' sweetheart of a mancat, you're absolutely right. Even though he's a little hesitant at first, once Titus knows you, he's total lapcat who's quickly become a favorite among the PAWS volunteers and staff. And it's clear he's had some practice at this selfie thing. He's got some serious selfie skills! 😸
Titus is about 6 years old. He's neutered, microchipped and current on his vaccinations. He gets along well with other nice cats, but would also do well as an only kitty. Titus has tested positive for FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus), but that does not mean he can't live a long and happy life. According to Best Friends Animal Society, "FIV-positive cats can live normal lives, both in quality and duration. They just need to be monitored for infections and dental issues. But if they’re well cared for, they can be healthy, happy, wonderful pets." With autumn upon us, and temperatures dropping, wouldn't it be nice to have a snuggle buddy of your very own? Come meet Titus today!
October 10, 2018
This is our gentle and beautiful friend, Gerdy.
Those of you who have been following our blog for a long time might remember this sweetheart, who was originally adopted from PAWS in March of 2010.
Sadly, Gerdy's human recently had to move into a nursing home, and was not able to take her sweet kitty with her. So Gerdy finds herself back at the shelter, in search of a new forever home. These situations always break our hearts, but we are glad that PAWS always takes in former residents when their people can no longer care for them.
It's clear to us that Gerdy was loved and well-cared for all these years. She is as beautiful as ever, and still possesses the same sweet disposition. She loves attention and being pet. She gets along with other nice cats, but would also be fine as your one and only. Gerdy is so ready to find her new happily ever after. Is it with you?
October 7, 2018
This is our new friend, Elizabeth. Isn't she adorable?
This friendly and outgoing ladycat, who is just over one year old, came to PAWS as a stray, with her (then) tiny babies.
Elizabeth is more than happy to leave life on the streets behind, and ready to find her forever family. She is playful, and enjoys being petted and hanging out with her human buddies. She seems interested in getting along with other nice kitties, but would also be fine as an only cat.
Elizabeth is spayed, microchipped, current on her vaccinations and negative for FIV and FeLV. She's waiting patiently to meet her new best friend. Is it you?
October 3, 2018
PAWS roommates Zulu and Jeffie are both straight up adorable. While Tracey and I were hanging out with these big kittens on Sunday afternoon, they had a contest to see who could strike the cutest pose. This is Jeffie. He went first.
And here's his pose
Well done, Jeffie. That pose earned a purrfect cute score from the judges. Would Zulu be able to compete? Zulu looked at us like this.
And then, this happened
Another purrfect score!
The contest ended in a tie. 😸
Our adorable buddies Jeffie and Zulu are both waiting at PAWS to find their forever homes. Come meet them soon!