found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Pasha was fending for herself during a brutal cold snap when daytime temperatures were in the single digits and the night time temperatures were in the negative numbers.
A local resident had been feeding some feral (wild) cats in her yard and noticed Pasha hanging around and then coming to eat the food that the ferals left behind.
She called PAWS and asked if we could help her trap & spay/neuter the ferals and in doing so we also trapped Pasha. Initially, we thought she was part of the feral colony who would be spayed & then released back to her colony but after less than 48 hours indoors, Pasha showed us that at some point in her life she had a home. Whether she was lost or abandoned by her owners, we’ll never know but what we do know is that this beautiful & petite lady wants to be loved!
It’s almost impossible to get a photo of her because the moment you even look in her direction she comes up to you and start rubbing against you looking for attention. She loves to be pet and as you pet her, she “makes muffins” on the floor doing a little dance for you.
Like many ladies, she has her own opinions and sometimes has a little
cat-ti-tude. As she becomes more comfortable with the good life indoors, she has started to relax & lays next to her foster mom on the couch and is rediscovering the fun of cat toys. She is not at all shy but since she is still re-acclimating to indoor life her new home should slowly give her full run of the house so she doesn’t become overwhelmed.
Pasha is just a few years old and weighs about 8 lbs.