My name is June Bug!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Killeen, Texas - June Bug
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Texas Humane Heroes - Killeen Adoption Center

Facts about June Bug

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 31045518
  • Hair: Short
I know these silly humans have named me "June Bug", whatever that is, but I would describe myself as more of a Beyonce! I am definitely Queen Bey, but I get along fine with my kitty friends! I love to be high on my cat tower and bask in the sun during the day and will come to you when I want some attention...BUT ONLY A LITTLE! I'm not big on being pet for long periods of time! If you're looking for a celebrity to add to your house hold, then you better put a ring on it fast!

About Texas Humane Heroes - Killeen Adoption Center

About Our Shelter...

Texas Humane Heroes (TXHH) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1979, with locations in the Austin and Killeen/Fort Hood areas. Texas Humane Heroes is 100% funded by donations, grants, and modest fees for service. TXHH receives no government funding.

Our Vision: A community where every pet has a lifetime home.

Our Mission: To provide innovative programs and services to eliminate pet homelessness and to improve the lives of pets and people throughout Central Texas.

Our Focus: High volume adoption; Low-cost spay/neuter; Pet retention services

Over 95% of the animals saved, come from local municipal shelters that kill for space.

Texas Humane Heroes draws families and individuals from across Central Texas, who seek to adopt dogs or cats.

If you are looking to adopt a dog or cat, or wish to take part in our mission to eliminate pet homelessness, then you are in the right place.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Closed Monday
Tues – Fri : 11am – 6pm
Sat : 11am – 5pm
Sun: 12pm – 5pm

Our Adoption Process...

Every effort is made to place animals in good homes with responsible adopters and pet owners who are willing to make a lifelong commitment to the animal.

Potential adopters are counseled about the responsibilities of pet ownership prior to adoption. Because the key to reducing the number of unwanted animals is pet population control, each adopted animal is spayed or neutered.

Spaying and neutering is included in our adoption fees.

A lifetime commitment must be made to the animal, and the animal must be kept as a family pet.

We will only adopt to a person who is 18 years of age or older and has proper identification.

We won't knowingly adopt an animal to a person who:
- has a documented history of animal abuse or neglect.
- will use the animal for experimentation, cult rites, blood sports, or food purposes.
- will allow a declawed cat to roam freely outside.
- will confine a dog by a chain for extended periods of time.
- has repeatedly violated animal control laws.
- has been shown to be an irresponsible pet guardian
- is unaware of the adoption

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