found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
Pics taken 12-4-12.....!
Adorable baby girl! Came to the Galv County Shelter as a stray, without a mama. Friendly, happy, and cute! Socialized to other nice kitties. Fostered with Kelli and Kylie. HURRY OUT to meet her soon! She will be showing Sundays at the Clear Lake Petco (11 am to 3 pm).
The Friends of League City Animal Shelter rescues animals from the shelters and places them in foster homes, where they can receive the love and care they need. We hold adoption events every weekend. If you would like to meet a specific kitty, please email us beforehand, and we'll make sure it's there.
Saturdays: League City (I-45 @ 646) PETSMART 11-3pm & PETCO 12-4pm
Sundays: Clear Lake PETCO (Bay Area Blvd @ Space Center) 11am - 3pm
You can download an ADOPTION APPLICATION from our PETFINDER HOMEPAGE and submit it to us via email or at the adoption event. Applications submitted via email prior to the weekend can often be pre-approved, meaning you can go to the event and take your pet home that day. We cannot guarantee same-day approval of applications submitted at the event, because there may not be a volunteer working who is authorized to approve applications. Please note that with an approved application, we can sometimes arrange a meeting during the week. Just ask!
NOTE: Rescued cats and kittens are exposed to a lot, both on the streets and in the shelter. While we provide them with care and some vaccinations, they have not been fully examined by a veterinarian. Your adopted pet needs a complete Veterinary exam (including fecal), within about a week of adoption.
For more cat and kitten care information, ask your Vet, or visit with our "Friends of LC Shelter" volunteers. Meanwhile, go to www.healthypet.com, click on Pet Care, then Cat Care. Also good, is www.catchannel.com - click on Cat Behavior or Cat Health. For local behavior help, go to www.hspca.org, point to the link Resources, then click on Behavior Information. Here you will find many helpful tips on behavior issues with cats and kittens. At the end of each article, they provide a phone number, to call their Animal Behavior Specialists, for FREE advice!
You can also get pet-behavior advice from ASPCA experts 24 hours a day, right from your computer. Their animal behaviorists offer possible solutions to a wide range of issues, at no charge. Simply type your pet's behavior problem into their easy-to-use database, and you'll receive step-by-step advice—without leaving home:
For indepth medical information, go to www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/ - they are the cat experts!
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATION AND HOW TO ADOPT, GO TO OUR PETFINDER HOMEPAGE AT www.petfinder.com/shelters/TX1363.html