My name is Malone!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Cleburne, Texas - Malone
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I'm being cared for by:
Johnson County Humane Society

Facts about Malone

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: U2013069
  • Hair: Unknown
Malone is a sweet baby!!! He loves you to hold him when you are standing or "in the bathroom". Otherwise he like to just lay around on you or right beside you. He doesn't like to cuddle if you are laying down though. He will run around after you "yelling" at you to carry him around the house and if you sit down he is ready to go. All you have to do is call him and he comes running. He also answers to the name: "My Baby"!!

About Johnson County Humane Society

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a non-profit organization made up of a group of volunteers from Johnson, Tarrant and Parker counties in Texas. We do not have a shelter, but foster our animals directly in our safe, loving homes. We work closely with Cleburne Animal Control and other municipal shelters to save lives and find forever homes for our furry friends.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Without appointments, we adopt our pets at the Petsense on 1408 Eastchase Pkwy. Check our facebook page (Johnson County Humane Society - Texas) to see our upcoming events where we will be taking our adorable charges to be met in the fur and adopted out.

We would be delighted to arrange an appointment between the interested prospective guardian and the foster volunteer to meet and get acquainted with a pet or pets. Do not hesitate to contact or email us at any time!

Our Adoption Process...

Our dogs and cats for adoption receive necessary immunizations and sterilization prior to adoption.
Our adoption fee of $100 for cats and kittens and $125 for dogs and puppies will cover initial immunizations, sterilization, heart worm preventative or treatment, flea/tick preventative, dewormings, and any other treatment deemed necessary to maintain the health of our rescues.