My name is Calvin Sunshine 23389!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Pampa, Texas - Calvin Sunshine 23389
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I'm being cared for by:
Pampa Animal Welfare Society - PAWS

Facts about Calvin Sunshine 23389

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10550865
  • Hair: Long

I’m like a ray of Sunshine! I get everyone laughing with my enthusiasm for life. I know that I look silly with this big old surprised look on my face but I can’t help it! There won’t be many gray days around me; I’ll brighten up your life. I just love to sit in laps and be petted. Can you say LOVER BOY!!! Well, that is moi. I’m the strong, silent type too. So take a gander and see if you warm up to me.

Here is what the crew has to say about me:
Calvin is one good looking ball of fluff! He is only 5 months old. His mom is Caddie and siblings are Caruso&Clair. If you want a mellow cat then this is the sweetheart for you. He will keep you warm on those cold winter nights!

Please call Yvonne at (806) 444-8989 since she can give you details about the cats! If you call the Pampa Animal shelter please refer to the cats by their number listed after the names. Thank you for you cooperation!


About Pampa Animal Welfare Society - PAWS

About Our Shelter...

Paws is a non-profit 501(C)(3) rescue formed to offer an alternative for felines that would otherwise face an uncertain future. We are a group of volunteers that have a passion for animals and the rescue mission of finding loving homes for the animals under our care.
No loving companions are adopted out until they are spayed or neutered, check by a veterinarian, vaccinated and tested.

Foster homes are always scarce and in high demand so if you can open your hearts and your home to help our animals it would be much appreciated. Every foster makes it possible for another unwanted feline to find a loving home.

What would a non-profit be without donations? Remember donations are all tax deductible. Wouldn't you rather give to loving cause then Good old Uncle Sam! If you are like us, we have already given at the office!

Barn homes are needed from time to time for our felines that just can't seem to adjust living with us humans. So, we would like to see them put to work catching those pesky little rodents. We will make sure you will have a healthy and vetted cat, if you will make sure the cat has a warm shelter from our cold winter nights, supplemental food and water and a kind eye out for his/her needs. The cat will make sure to provide you with a rodent free barn. It's a win/win situation.

Are you a literary giant like Hemingway or Steinbeck and can plead a case? We need grant writers! Grants are the lifeblood of any rescue. We are busy taking care of the animals and finding homes and need you to put pen to paper!

If you can help transport animals from Pampa to Trinidad, CO please give us a call! This is another way we can save lives by transferring animals to no-kill rescues.

We also need people to help on Saturdays to get the animals to Amarillo Petco for adoptions!

If you can't adopt, foster. If you can't foster, sponsor. If you can't sponsor, volunteer. If you can't volunteer, donate. If you can't donate, educate, network and crosspost. EVERYONE can do something, large or small, to help save a life.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a rescue for cats that are in need of loving homes. Please bring all family members to see the animals since everyone will be living in the same household. Peace and harmony are a good thing and remember it takes the whole household to provide for a loving pet.You will need to fill out an adoption application and provide a form of identification then pay a fee for a fully vetted animal.

You can also see our animals at the Amarillo Petco every Saturday.

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Our Adoption Process...

We require a fee of $95.00 for dogs and $85.00 for cats. This is for shots including rabies, spay/neuter and microchiping. We require the adopter to sign a contract.Adopted animals must get rabies shots and be spayed or neutered by 5 months if too young to br sterilized when adopted.