already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
I am already neutered, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
What a handsome boy. A Polydactyl (extra toe) Mainecoon Mix, Jewels is growing by the minute. He’s a bit shy though and needs a patient loving person for him to shine. He does like his toys and will warm up to you after a while. He could be adopted with his friend Johnny, sister Raindrop, or brother Cesar as he shares a home with them. He and siblings were rescued from a lady who was feeding 20 cats in her back yard. Street Cat Rescue wanted to give them a better life. Won’t you?/td>
I founded Street Cat Rescue almost ten years ago, after TNR'ing (trap-neuter-return) some cats at my work. I began to take in kittens and nice cats that we would find, and help them have a second chance by adopting out. We provide shelter and food for over a 100 cats daily that are TNR'd. I love what I do and am proud of the work we have done to date. We have helped over 600 cats to date. We also help the sick and injured living on the streets that have no one to help them.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are at the Petsmart at Balcones Woods/183 almost every saturday from 11am-4pm.. Adoption times/places can also be seen on our website - home page. www.streetcatrescue.com.
We have periodic adoption events throughout the year at various places.
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption fee varies, depending on age and health. All cats are combo tested for FELV/FIV, spayed/neutered/vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and more. We do have all adopters sign a contract.
We do a home visit and a vet reference check and have guidelines in adopting out our cats. (criteria). We ensure each cat is placed in the best home/match possible.
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