For those of you who don’t know, the fabulous felines of the San Antonio Humane Society are in fortunate possession of three cozy and well-furnished sun rooms within the Cat Pavilion. They're in constant comfort, and they enjoy lording it over all of us while we clean, feed, and pamper their overall well-being.
Here are the five kitties currently in control of our sunny pavilion rooms and currently available for adoption.
Opal is a fun and spunky 2-year-old and she enjoys chirping and rolling around her kitty condo. If you're lucky enough, she may reach out to you as you pass by. Cuddles with Opal is by invitation only!
But don't worry, she hands out a lot of them.
Opal shares her domain with April, who can be just as chirpy and vocal as Opal about getting a little attention.
Though admittedly, April can be slightly less demanding than her head-bonking roommate. She's a 3-year-old tabby-colored beauty. She sits with her front paws tucked in and enjoys following you around the room until you sit down for a few good pets.
She and Opal enjoy their roomy digs, but they're ready for slightly larger and more permanent homes.
When I last dropped in on Amy, she was currently residing in her sun room alone, but not by choice! She welcomed me in with open paws and a few good mews.
In fact, she was so lovable and silly, she wouldn't leave my hands alone long enough to snap a portrait grand enough to show off her majesty. And for you black cat/dog owners out there, you know how tough it can be to get the perfect shot!
She's an elegant, cute-as-a-button, 1-year-old tortoiseshell charmer. And these photos don't do her justice.
Guests should be inclined to pay her a visit in person.
Dotty, on the other hand, had no problem in the photo department. Though she hopped from floor to cat tower in search of more pets, she is a cat quite conscious of a good photo op.
Dotty is a 2-year-old sweet heart, and she'd much rather you'd sit down with her for a long affection session than a photo session. She dominates her space! Jumping up to the top of the cat condo or moving in between legs to get attention...
You'd almost assume she was the only kitty cat in the room...
Here's a few photos of Brooke taken a few minutes apart.
Don't expect any casual introductions.
Brooke is Dotty's current roommate, and she's pretty interested in keeping to herself. A rather good reason to have our kitty's in the sun rooms isn't just because they demand it to be so...
|...her orange eyes blazing with confidence!|
It's also a prime opportunity to help get our pets socialized. Brooke's a sweet and very handsome grey and orange torbie, but living the shelter life just isn't cutting it for her. She's in want of a patient and loving home.
|Perhaps one with plenty of blanket forts?|
Though our feline overlords are pretty content sunbathing the days away in their warm pavilion, they don't fool us one bit with their apathetic eyes! Because once you walk into the sun room...
All eyes are on your treat-giving, head-scratching, home-welcoming hands.
Interested in visiting or socializing with the sun-room cats? Don't hesitate to ask our kennel staff to unlock their doors so you can drop in!
Visit all our cats and dogs 12pm - 7pm everyday!