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My name is Figi!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Converse, Texas - Figi
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Converse, Texas - Figi
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I'm being cared for by:
Converse Animal Shelter, Inc.

Facts about Figi

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Senior
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: A01433087
  • Hair: Medium
Figi is a big girl with a pretty face! But don't let her size fool you as she is extremely light on her feet! She flits and darts around the room like a prima ballerina! When she jumps onto her bed, she rolls around in it like she was a queen! Figi was born here at the Shelter and just celebrated her 10th birthday! Figi is part of our Senior Pet Foster Program.

Foster Program Foster Program for Senior Pets:

Since we are a No-Kill shelter, we have many pets that have resided at the Shelter for years, with little chance of adoption through no fault of their own. The intent of the CASI Animal Foster Program for Seniors, is to place these harder-to-adopt animals, primarily senior cats and dogs, into loving and safe homes so they do not have to spend their twilight years in a shelter. Despite how much we love and care for our animals, there is no place like home. We are looking for individuals who, with our help, are ready to make a difference in a pet’s life. You supply the home, love, patience, and commitment and we will provide routine medical costs (such as vaccinations and medications) and assist with any transitional issues. If you think you have what it takes to be a “Foster Parent”, give us a call at 210-658-4821 or stop by and see us at the Shelter.

About Converse Animal Shelter, Inc.

About Our Shelter...

We are a "No-Kill not-for-profit shelter that offers nutrition, excellent veterinary care, and socialization activites for dogs and cats that are homeless for various reasons. Many of these animals are abandoned or neglected; they need the attention of our loving and caring staff and volunteers until they can be placed in a wonderful adoptive home. CASI is not affiliated with any city, county, or state government program. We rely completely on financial donations; grants; and CFC donations. Our volunteer program is a terrific opportunity to interact with our animals or utilize special skills. Volunteers are the lifeblood of CASI; working at the shelter, socializing kittens, puppies, dogs and cats; exercising the dogs, grooming the cats; answering our ever ringing telephone; or talking with visitors. Or volunteering at off-site adoption events, helping to set up the venue, walking the animals, keeping them entertained while potential adopters visit with the animals, etc. We couldn't do without them. Unlike our shelter capacity - we always have room for more volunteers. We also need volunteers with skills such as bookkeeping, marketing, photography, grant writing, or fundraising. Our CASI Board of Directors is hands-on - we are committed to finding loving homes for all of the animals in our care. Our professional dog trainer, who also serves on our Board of Directors, works with animals, staff and volunteers, teaching them to identify signs of a fearful or angry dog, reading the animal's body language and teaching basic obedience skills. CASI partners with local schools, churches, and businesses to promote responsible pet ownership; spay and neuter programs; pet care and pet health. We are currently working on several new programs, which will launch after the first of the year; including an elder foster program. These programs will be announced on our web page at www.MyNewBestFriend.org and Facebook at www.facebook.com/CASIpets. Be sure and check them out!
Please come by and visit - we have awesome pets for adoption or fostering.

Come Meet Our Pets...

call shelter for event schedule or visit our website at www.MyNewBestFriend.org or like us on Facebook/CASIpets

Our Adoption Process...

For fee schedule and adoption requirements please call shelter