A Galaxy of Possibilities

Friday, January 11, 2019



Meet six year old Galaxy.  He is currently a resident in the Senior Cat Colony at the Chautauqua County Humane Society (CCHS). He came to CCHS March 12, 2018 as a big scrappy guy, who was thought to be a little on the surly side. Thanks to the work of the CCHS Catvocates* volunteer group, Galaxy is turning into a spunky guy, who loves attention, and comes with a few quirks.  

Galaxy likes to have people pet, and play with him, they just have to play by his rules.  Catvocate volunteer Carol Doolittle says that Galaxy loves to play, but it has to be rough.  He needs to be tired out when he’s done. Galaxy is a big cat with a lot of energy to burn. When it is time to pet Galaxy, you have to go slowly and keep it short.  He can easily become overstimulated, and he’s not afraid to let you know when he’s had enough.

Galaxy does have his quiet moments.  He loves to sit and look out the window.  If you have a spot for him to watch the birds go by, you will be his best friend.  Good news for multiple cat households, Galaxy does get along with other cats. If you are considering adoption, stop in to  

*The Catvocates are a group of CCHS volunteers dedicated to cat enrichment and behavior work.  The group was spearheaded by Ruth Walton and Carol Dolittle in late 2018.

Support Galaxy and all of the cats at the Chautauqua County Humane Society by participating in the Hot Dogs, Cool Cats photo contest!