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My name is Malcolm!
I'm being cared for by
Friends of Rowlett Animals

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Orange or Red (Mostly)
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Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Hey, I'm Malcolm.  I really just want to be on your lap.  And to feel your loving hands petting me.  And to hear your lovely voice chatting to me.  Honestly, I want what any cat wants, to be loved.  Are you ready to add a family member to your house?  Full disclosure, if you have other pets, you will need to be VERY patient with me, and we will need to take that VERY slowly.  I've had some not great experiences, so, I won't be eager to befriend them.  I'm sure you understand.  If this sounds good to you, please don't delay in emailing to tell them you have extra love you want to give to Malcolm.  Thank you very much.  I'll be so, so grateful.  

September 29, 2022, 6:35 pm


Friends of Rowlett Animals

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Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Some animals shown are rehoming courtesy posts for the current owners, and other animals are available for adoption through Friends of Rowlett Animals (FRAs).   All dogs and cats in the care of FRAs have an adoption package of $100 that includes their annual vaccinations, sterilization, heartworm test for dogs or an FeLV/FIV test for cats, and a microchip. You must sign an adoption contract when adopting a pet through FRAs.

Go meet their pets

We have cats available for adoption at PetSmart in Rockwall on 931 I-30 Frontage Rd 75032.  We do adoption events on Saturday, see where we are here:

More about this rescue

Friends of Rowlett Animals (FRAs) is a 501(c)(3) all volunteer non-profit organization.  FRAs was founded in 2004 and started off with 4 volunteers that wanted to support the Rowlett Animal Shelter.  These volunteers sponsored 1 or 2 pets per month and reduced the adoption fees for these highlighted pets in an effort to increase adoptions for the Shelter. Our organization has grown to 100 volunteers and while the Shelter is not an official No-Kill shelter, FRAs has helped the Rowlett Animal Shelter maintain a 98% or better Live Release Rate since 2013!  No Kill Shelters must only maintain a 90% or better to be considered No Kill. With this growth now we are able to host multiple off-site adoption events, sponsor heartworm treatments for all dogs in the shelter that test positive for heartworms, sponsor a Barn Cat program for the feral cats, and so much more!