SAPCC # 31 – Hide
This week the theme found me. My subjects were most cooperative in offering me instances of them hiding.
I did not pick Zoey (above) because of her hide/fur. I took this because she was hiding in her litter box in the back of the cage. While I have not researched the matter, it seems to me that the shelter cats find some comfort in their litter boxes. Unfortunately, this makes it more difficult for them to be noticed and subsequently adopted. This is where the volunteers play a big role by helping cats like Zoey warm up to human contact and/or letting prospective adopters know that there is a shy kitty that may fit their needs.
Midnight (above) is not shy. Her red tag means that she is not quite ready for adoption. She may have just recovered from an illness or she may be awaiting test results. Any which way, this meant I could not take her out which was probably a good thing because she looks like a troublemaker.
I did not quite catch the hiding aspect of the napkin on my niece’s head but I figured I would include this for those people who like babies more than animals. I am not one of them, but I do think Kaylee is cute.