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Texas CARES
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Approve Application

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Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Age
Kitten
Sex
Female
Pet ID
17930151-C006623
Hair Length

My story

offspring of Pascha, sibling of Nissan, Matzo, Aviva, Sederick, and Beitza

This little gal was born in foster care after Texas CARES received a call from a local shelter about a momma cat in active labor.  Our volunteer went to the shelter to collect that momma and unexpectedly ended up with a “plus one” – a very sweet, very pregnant lynx point Siamese who gave birth a few weeks later to Shira and her five siblings.

Shira was given supplemental bottle feedings from her human foster mom to help ease the burden of nursing on her cat momma.  As a bottle baby, Shira was handled extensively by her human caregiver,  and it shows.  She is equally sociable with people and other kitties.  

Shira was the largest by weight at birth and has always been the leader of her litter.  She has that brave and curious personality type.  She was the first to open her eyes, first to eat solid food, and first to bust out of the birthing pen to explore her world.  Shira will thrive in a home with a family or person who gives her a variety of experiences and stimulation.  She will need to be adopted with another kitty buddy or into a home with a feline friend needing a pal.  

Shira is litter box trained, microchipped, and up to date on her vaccinations.  She’s been perfectly healthy and a bundle of fun in her foster home.   If you think this little tabby princess is the right fit for your family, inquire or submit and adoption application today!

July 2, 2022, 8:43 am
offspring of Pascha, sibling of Nissan, Matzo, Aviva, Sederick, and Beitza

This little gal was born in foster care after Texas CARES received a call from a local shelter about a momma cat in active labor.  Our volunteer went to the shelter to collect that momma and unexpectedly ended up with a “plus one” – a very sweet, very pregnant lynx point Siamese who gave birth a few weeks later to Shira and her five siblings.

Shira was given supplemental bottle feedings from her human foster mom to help ease the burden of nursing on her cat momma.  As a bottle baby, Shira was handled extensively by her human caregiver,  and it shows.  She is equally sociable with people and other kitties.  

Shira was the largest by weight at birth and has always been the leader of her litter.  She has that brave and curious personality type.  She was the first to open her eyes, first to eat solid food, and first to bust out of the birthing pen to explore her world.  Shira will thrive in a home with a family or person who gives her a variety of experiences and stimulation.  She will need to be adopted with another kitty buddy or into a home with a feline friend needing a pal.  

Shira is litter box trained, microchipped, and up to date on her vaccinations.  She’s been perfectly healthy and a bundle of fun in her foster home.   If you think this little tabby princess is the right fit for your family, inquire or submit and adoption application today!

July 2, 2022, 8:43 am
Rescue

Texas CARES

Contact info
Pet ID
17930151-C006623
Contact
Address
Dallas, TX 75252

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

We also have cats online on our website or adoptapet.org. Some cats may be in foster care, but we can arrange to have the available to meet

2.

Submit Application

If you'd like to adopt a cat or kitten, great. We love finding them forever homes. Complete an online application on oue website

3.

Approve Application

Once your application is approved, we will ask you to sign the adoption agreement and pay a nominal aoption fee.

Additional adoption info

Texas CARES' cats and kittens ARE NOT FOR SALE. Cats and kittens are adopted by completing an adoption application that will be reviewed by the Texas CARES volunteer staff. Potential adopter(s) will be notified of the status of their application. This process can take 48-72 hours. Applications for adoption can be obtained from a Texas CARES volunteer or found on our website: http://www.texascares.org/adopt Adoption fees may be tax deductible donations.
Texas CARES' cats and kittens ARE NOT FOR SALE. Cats and kittens are adopted by completing an adoption application that will be reviewed by the Texas CARES volunteer staff. Potential adopter(s) will be notified of the status of their application. This process can take 48-72 hours. Applications for adoption can be obtained from a Texas CARES volunteer or found on our website: http://www.texascares.org/adopt Adoption fees may be tax deductible donations.

Go meet their pets

Texas CARES hold staffed adopt-a-pets at the PetSmart in Prosper every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. PetSmart 3012 - Prosper 1001 South Preston Rd Prosper, Texas 75078 (972) 356-5609 (N. of Highway 380) To arrange to see a cat not in the adoption center, please use the Contact Us link or website or call 972-633-CATS
Texas CARES hold staffed adopt-a-pets at the PetSmart in Prosper every Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. PetSmart 3012 - Prosper 1001 South Preston Rd Prosper, Texas 75078 (972) 356-5609 (N. of Highway 380) To arrange to see a cat not in the adoption center, please use the Contact Us link or website or call 972-633-CATS

More about this rescue

Texas CARES is a non-profit, no-kill animal welfare organization. Our all-volunteer group provides shelter and veterinary care for homeless and unwanted cats and kittens in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth and surrounding areas. Our cats and kittens are rescued from local "kill" shelters and desperate public situations. All are cared for in foster homes until they are adopted. Texas CARES was established in 1992 and is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. All of Texas CARES' funding comes from donations and fundraising events. Our Goals: *To find permanent homes for our animals *To educate the public about responsible pet ownership *To educate the public about Texas CARES *To recruit volunteers and acquire support *To save more lives
Texas CARES is a non-profit, no-kill animal welfare organization. Our all-volunteer group provides shelter and veterinary care for homeless and unwanted cats and kittens in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth and surrounding areas. Our cats and kittens are rescued from local "kill" shelters and desperate public situations. All are cared for in foster homes until they are adopted. Texas CARES was established in 1992 and is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. All of Texas CARES' funding comes from donations and fundraising events. Our Goals: *To find permanent homes for our animals *To educate the public about responsible pet ownership *To educate the public about Texas CARES *To recruit volunteers and acquire support *To save more lives