My name is Bubbles!

Calico Cat for adoption in McKinney, Texas - Bubbles
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I'm being cared for by:
North Texas Cat Rescue

Facts about Bubbles

  • Breed: Calico
  • Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 9295750-JMA-Bubbles-042816
  • Hair: Short
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

North Texas Cat Rescue P.O Box 1504 McKinney, TX 75070 214.454.9395

Hi! I'm Bubbles! I was originally named after one of the PowerPuff Girls but Bubbles totally fits my personality. I'm energetic, love to investigate new things and love people. I love to play use gentle paws when playing. People are some of my favorite beings. I am a great host when company is over and I am sure to make myself known and let everyone adore me. I am super nosy and I want to be involved in whatever is going on in the house. I can help you type and do household chores. I'm really good at swiping the page on your tablet when you're reading ;)

My siblings (adopted!) were rescued from a shelter when we were tiny babies. Unfortunately when I was at the shelter I got an Upper Respiratory Infection and was exposed to the Rhino Virus (Feline Herpes is similar to Herpes Simplex in humans)**.   I feel so much better these days though I probably always be a bit congested and have a watery eye. I am otherwise healthy. 

Because Feline Herpes can be contagious to other cats I should be the only cat in your home-unless you also have a Herpes positive kitty. Bubbles gets along great with the other kitties in her foster home!

We haven't met dogs before but if introduced slowly we'd probably get along just fine! 

If you'd like to learn more about Herpes in cats please visit this website:

** About 95% of cat population carry the virus although with many cats the virus is latent. Cats coming from shelters are more likely to catch the virus and show the symptoms. Treatment of the symptoms are antibiotics, antiviral like Famciclovir and lysine. As their immune system matures the flare ups will be further apart. A stress- less environment will help tremendously.

Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.

Please contact NTCR AT 214.454.9395 should you have any concerns or questions.

Please note: We appreciate all interest in our cats and kittens, but we are an all volunteer organization. Please be patient with regard to a call back. Should you need to surrender the cat you adopted from NTCR , contact us at

About North Texas Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

North Texas Cat Rescue (NTCR) is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the humane and compassionate treatment of cats.

Our Mission:

To provide adoption and placement of homeless rescued cats/kittens in permanent homes.
To educate the public on the need to spay/neuter pets, on the prevention of animal cruelty and promote responsible pet ownership.

NTCR Programs

Foster care and adoption programs

NTCR takes in cats/kittens from Collin County Animal Shelter, rescues abandoned felines from other locations and cats surrendered by owners to the extent of our resources and of foster home availability. NTCR places the cats/kittens in foster care for re-socializing, regularly running adoption days at Petsmart in Allen and managing the permanent adoption center, Luv-A-Pet , inside Petsmart in Allen. We also post our adoptable cats on, Facebook and on our website.

Working with Animal Shelter Services

NTCR works primarily with Collin CountyAnimal Shelter Services. We appreciate their hard work. To the extent of our resources, we do our best to take in our system cats/kittens that are injured , too young to survive on their own, pregnant/nursing mother cats etc… foster them, vet them and place them through our adoption program in loving permanent home.
Spay/neuter public education

We firmly believe in educating and assisting the public about the need to spay/neuter their pets. NTCR works with Texas Coalition for Animal Protection to assist those in need of finding a low cost clinic and a low cost source for spay/neuter. We hope, in the future, to help low-income and fixed income families have their pets fixed at no charge .

Come Meet Our Pets...

NTCR manages the Luv-A-Pet adoption center in Petsmart located in Allen 170 E.Stacy Road.
Our cats and kittens are featured there 7 days a week. NTCR holds adoption events on Saturdays 11am - 5pm and Sundays .1pm - 5pm
Please call 214-454-9395 for more info or visit us

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption fee is $ 140.00.

Adoption Policy:

We will not hold a cat or kitten.

All adoptions are first come first serve except when there may be multiple requests for one animal. In the event of multiple requests, we will take your application and make a decision based on the needs of the cat/kitten and the best fit with the potential adopter.

Adopters must:

Be at least 21 years old
Show that they can have an animal in their home if they rent. ( copy of pet deposit required)
Agree to keep cat/kitten indoors

All inquiries made by phone and/or email will be responded to within 2 business days. Our volunteers are trying very hard to get back in touch with every potential adopter. .Thank you for your understanding.

Please note: At this time, NTCR cannot take any surrendered cats or kittens into our system. If you have a need to surrender any cats or kittens please contact the Collin County Animal Shelter.

NTCR places the cats/kittens in foster care for re-socializing, regularly holding adoption events at Petsmart in Allen.
We also manage the permanent adoption center, Luv-A-Pet, in Allen

The adoption fee for cats and kittens is $140.00 each. All of our kittens and adults have tested negative for FelV and FIV, have all appropriate immunizations for their age, have been spayed/neutered, wormed and deflead and are microchipped