Too many kittens at the PAWS shelter: Can you adopt one?
PAWS Companion Animal Shelter in Lynnwood has what it says is “way to many kittens.” The shelter currently has more than 60 kittens, and things are getting a little crowded.
“We generally don’t have anywhere near this many kittens this time of year, but for some reason, they just keep coming,” said PAWS’ Kay Joubert.
Kittens are typically the first animals to go to adoption, but with such an overwhelming number of “new recruits,” the shelter wants to get the word out as soon as possible.
All of the kittens are available this weekend at PAWS Cat City, located at 5200 Roosevelt Way N.E., Suite B, in Seattle’s University District.
According to staff, the kittens keep coming so fast that they haven’t had time to photograph them and put them on the website.
“It’s like a lunchtime line-up at the department of motor vehicles”, says Mark Coleman, PAWS Communications Manager. “They’re as cute as they come. You should see them all playing together. It’s like a ‘kitty convention’ – all kinds of mayhem.”