What's new at PALS this month?
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Happy February! We have a love-filled newsletter this month — including why you should vote for a former PALS cat ; not one, but two adorable cats available for adoption ; an update on an upcoming fundraiser ; a Happy Endings story ; how you can help foster PALS kitties ; and how to tell if your cat loves you .
Former PALS cat Gatsby—now Jack—needs your help to get on the cover of Modern Cat magazine! Learn more about his signature style, his canine sibling, likes, dislikes, and more, and cast your vote for this handsome boy here .

Good luck, Jack!

Bleau is a handsome, low-energy 3-year-old all-gray short-haired male. Bleau is loving and affectionate. Bleau enjoys long naps and sitting in a sunny window watching birds and soaking up the sun.

If you're interested in adopting Bleau, please feel free to fill out an application or contact us on Facebook with questions.

Hazel and her kitten were found as strays. Hazel is a loving and affectionate two-year old all black female with a white pendant on her chest. She enjoys interactive toys, and will need to be an only feline in her new home. 

If you're interested in adopting Hazel, please feel free to fill out an application or contact us on Facebook with questions.

Save the date—Pet Rock!, a fundraiser to benefit PALS, is Sunday, May 16 from 7 p.m. till midnight at the Stonewood Tavern in Peabody. Stay tuned for more information on great local bands, vendors, and more. It's a great way to have a fun night out and support the kitties at the same time!

Want to keep up with the latest PALS events? Check us out on Facebook , and don't forget you can always see photos of the events (and cute kitties too) on our Instagram .
This month's Happy Ending belongs to Peter. Peter's person, Kristen, writes: Peter loves his mouse on a string toy I got him. We play several times a day and he races around the living room and jumps in the air as I make the mouse run along the floor. He curls up in my lap watching TV and comes up in the bed a bit, but so far seems to prefer sleeping in my recliner chair. He is full of energy and affection, eats everything I give him, and is already unafraid of my coffee-grinder, paper-shredder, and dishwasher. I'm holding off on the vacuum cleaner for another week or so. Anyone who passed on adopting Peter missed out on a wonderful kitty!🐈♥️😊
 Want more Happy Endings? Check out our Facebook page for additional stories, and email sandy@palscats.org with your story and pictures of your PALS cat .

When an animal arrives at PALS who is not quite ready for adoption — or if we don't currently have space in our Adoption Center — we rely on the kindness of our foster care volunteers to provide them with a safe place to stay. These volunteers open their homes to kittens needing time to grow, pregnant or nursing mothers, cats needing special attention, or those simply waiting until there is an open cage in the Adoption Center.

If you are interested in fostering a cat (or cats!) for PALS, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at sandy@palscats.org.

How do you know if your cat loves you? Believe it or not, they can show love and affection. Here are just some of the signs.

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