Adopting a Shelter Cat can make your life a better place

Wordless Wednesday: Adopting a Shelter Cat can make your life a better place

It’s Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month. Do we need any more reasons than this to adopt one of millions of cats that enter shelters each year. Lenny never had to go to a shelter. We adopted him directly from his foster mom.

This handsome gray tiger tabby was born to feral parents, and left in a brush pile. Paws’ household wouldn’t be the same without our Lenny. He’s the funniest, most entertaining kitty. You could rescue and adopt a kitty just like him, and think, what a difference it could make to your life.

Lenny was a rescue kitten. He was adopted after being fostered so he never had to go to the shelter.

Lenny was a rescue kitten. He was adopted after being fostered so he never had to go to the shelter.

Lenny gets bottle fed after being rescued from a brush pile

Lenny gets bottle fed after being rescued from a brush pile

Lenny has been a delight ever since he was rescued

Lenny has been a delight ever since he was rescued

Kitty Lenny was too cute to resist

Kitty Lenny was too cute to resist

Kitty Lenny - so cute, so funny, so sweet

Kitty Lenny – so cute, so funny, so sweet

Baby Kitty Lenny being bottle fed

y Kitty Lenny being bottle fed


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BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

6 Responses

  1. Aww, what a satisfying job to care for Kitty Lenny.

  2. There’s nothing better than adopting a kitty!!! Three of us were adopted. The other two were rescued as strays.

  3. BJ says:

    We rescue them, but they also rescue us. They do makes our lives a whole lot better.

  4. Penelope says:

    What a total sweetie! Our Jo Jo was tiny like that when wes gotted her. She is still fiesty! Both Kozmo and mes is older rescues.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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