Pablo, okay maybe his last name isn’t Picasso, but he is waiting for a forever home. He’ll be happy to take on any last name from Smith, Sanchez to Schwartz. You see he’s an artiste, a survivor who has lived plenty in his two short years. I remember spotting him in a crate at the New Rochelle Humane Society shortly after his rescue from a hoarder. Can you believe it’s been almost a year? Nou Nou, stares out with her one eye showing a hint of her future princess self. She’s still happy with us and OCD mad about playing and demolishing Bergan Turbo scratchers (video below). She’s on her second one in three months.
Pablo lurks in the back, an elegant tuxie teen with a patterned face Picasso would have loved. Shy gal Vanna is wary (but happily adopted). June feels so long ago. Imagine how it feels to the cats.
Pablo has come a long way from the anxious young boy who lived for six months in a cage, wild-eyed in fear. He graduated to the cage-free area and has made leaps in confidence. He looks like a tuxedo cat from a distance but up close, he’s a gorgeous charcoal grey. Pablo is a climber, favoring a top shelf and a snug, mid-level nest. He may never be a lap cat but who knows, he’s young and the right person will earn his trust eventually. Won’t you share his adoption graphic to shorten his wait? Thanks and scroll down to see Nou Nou in action.
This is Nou Nou’s nightly ritual. We play with wand toys like Neko flies, then she kills one catnip toy after another and/or does a few rounds on the Bergan. It’s a good thing she gets plenty of exercise since she has a porcine appetite. Do you think she’s getting plump?