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My name is Scottie!

American Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Coldspring, Texas - Scottie
Photo 1 - American Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Coldspring, Texas - Scottie
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Photo 3 - American Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Coldspring, Texas - Scottie
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I'm being cared for by:
Cape Kitty Rescue

Facts about Scottie

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Hi, my name is Scottie and I'm about 5 months old. My mom says that if a cat could have Asberger's syndrome then that would be me. I am very shy, even with other kittens. I am sweet natured and love for my foster mom to hold and pet me - but only in my room! I had a brother, but he was not like me and loved people and other kittens. He was adopted. After that I hid in the closet for several days. I was afraid of everything. Then mom took me for an operation. That made me a lot better. I am not as afraid now and I come around my foster people, but I keep a safe distance. I want to play with the new kittens, but I don't seem to know how. I watch them, and I try to play, but they hiss at me. When they first came I was afraid of them and hissed so I guess they don't like me, but I keep trying. I have excellent inside manners so I could live with you and not be a bother. I think if you had the time and patience I might learn to be more loving. I've come a long way with my foster mom. I purr when she holds me, but only in my room because that's where I feel safe. she is trying to help me feel safe in other places and I am getting better. If you don't want me in the house, I could live in a barn or on a porch. I could learn to love you like I have my foster mom. If I don't find a home, I will go live in a village with other cats. I will have food and shelter there, but a real home would be better. Thank you for reading about me.

About Cape Kitty Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

A few years ago it became apparent that the feral cat population in our subdivision was out of control. Some people were beginning to attempt to reduce the population through lethal means. One woman began a TNR program to help get the population under control. Over 50 cats have been spayed/neutered. In 2012, mainly through the efforts of one individual over 70 kittens were rescued and removed from our subdivision. Last year, in order to continue the efforts of TRN and rescue and remove, add education, and give us a stronger voice, we formed Cape Kitty Rescue, a non-profit recognized by the State of Texas. We are currently waiting approval of our 501c3. We exist strictly through donations. We maintain a communal colony of spayed/neutered feral cats, called Cape Kitty Village, supported by the community. In addition, we offer assistance and support to individuals who support small groups of feral cats on their own property. Our goal is 0 population growth in the feral community, with the ultimate goal of reducing the number of free roaming cats in our subdivision.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Cape Kitty Rescue 971 Kings Way Coldspring, TX 77331

Come Meet Our Pets...

We are a small organization, in a small county that is already over run with unwanted pets. We do private adoptions on a 1 to 1 basis. When we cannot place pets through our own efforts we utilize no-kill adoption organizations. If an animal is not adopted, it will always have a home in our public colony or one of our private colonies.

Our Adoption Process...

Most of the animals we adopt out are young kittens. We require an application with an agreement that the cat will be spayed/neutered at age 6 months or sooner. Kittens will have had health checks and shots started. We require a $50 deposit refundable on proof of sterilization. We request an adoption donation of $20. We do not allow renters in our
subdivision and do not place kittens in homes with dog breeds generally considered vicious. The number of pets in a home is also evaluated. We prefer a vet reference.