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Misu

Domestic Longhair

Female, Young
Round Rock, TX
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Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Hello, this beautiful girl right here is misu. She came into my life in march of 2020. She was abounded by her mom when she was 6weeks old in the tall grass next to my houses. She was spayed back September 2020.reason why I’m looking for a new home is because of my living situation and the attention I’m not able to give her like before. She’s the sweetest baby girl. She loves cuddles and squeeze treats. She eats patee wet food mixed with dry food to help her fur shred. She enjoys sleeping with someone and be next to anyone. I believe she might have been the runt of little due to her being small for her age. She eats like a man but is always been Pettit. She need someone who will give her live and attention. She loves to stair out the window and look at the birds. She’s good with kids and other xxxx@xxxx.x doesn’t go out by herself but will sit outside if someone is with her.
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Mulch

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Georgetown, TX
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Meowdy there, fabulous feline fanciers! I'm Mulch, the stylish ginger and white guy with a purr-ecious pink button nose that's just begging for some love! While I might take a bit of time to warm up, trust me, I'm worth the wait! You'll often find me allowing gentle pets through my kennel bars, but I do appreciate my personal space until I'm fully adjusted. Oh, and speaking of settling in, I've got some serious cat-friendly vibes - just ask my neighbor kitties, whom I serenade with sweet trills whenever I get the chance! So, if you're the patient paw-rent I've been dreaming of, then come on down and let's kickstart our purr-fect adventure together!The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter is open every day from noon until 6pm (excluding limited holidays/events). You can meet Mulch with the convenience of an appointment or as a walk-in. Appointments can be made by emailing adoption@wilco.org.We will see you at 1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626.
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Outdoorsy Bart

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Georgetown, TX
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Introducing our latest member of the Outdoorsy Cats Program! These amazing cats are special because they prefer the great outdoors and would thrive in environments where they can use their natural instincts to hunt and play. While they may not be the typical lap cats, they are perfect for individuals or businesses who need a reliable and effective solution for pest control. Our program is dedicated to providing these cats with a healthy and happy life in a non-traditional adoption setting. By adopting an outdoorsy cat, you are not only gaining a valuable addition to your property, but you are also helping to maintain a healthy feral cat population.Outdoorsy cats are adopted out in the order that they arrived, minimizing the amount of time they spend in the shelter. Our outdoorsy cats are sterilized, vaccinated against rabies, and adopted to owners who appreciate working cats for rodent patrol and can provide a safe, appropriate environment, such as a porch, barn, stable, garage, or warehouse. This way, these cats enjoy a safe outdoor home with shelter and a caregiver, and adopters enjoy having healthy, sterilized cats that happily tend to their vermin troubles.When you bring your outdoorsy cats home, they will need to be confined to an escape-free room or enclosure for two to four weeks before being released. During this time, you need to provide food, water, a litter box, and a safe space for your outdoorsy cats to hide whenever they feel frightened.It's important to help outdoorsy cats have a successful transition to their new surroundings and form a bond, from afar, with their new people. Do this by frequent visits with them and talking to them during this relocation period. Feeding wet food at the same time each day will help with this process and will let your outdoorsy cat know they are in a safe place. After a successful transition period, be sure to leave food, water, and a safe shelter accessible at all times.Our Outdoorsy Cat Program is a win-win for both the cats and the adopters. If you're in need of an outdoorsy cat and have a safe place for them to live out their days, send an email to wcras@wilco.org to begin the process.
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Vampire Slayer 1

Domestic Longhair

Female, 5 mos
Austin, TX
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Affectionate, goofy, and totally gorgeous! Meet Vampire Slayer! This fabulously fluffy girl is ready to "slay" your heart, and is guaranteed to charm anyone she meets! Vampire Slayer, known as Buffy in her foster home, is half kitten, half bunny, and 100% perfect. While her care may look a little different from other kitties, she loves to snuggle and play just like any other kitten! Vampire Slayer has Manx Syndrome, and as is common with Manx cats, her spine is shortened and didn't develop normally. As a result, she doesn't have a tail and her back legs are wonky - which is why she looks a bit like a bunny as she hops around! She is also incontinent, and needs manual expressions about three times a day to help her go potty. It's pretty straightforward, and doesn't take much time to care for her! Once you get the hang of it, it could take no more than 15 minutes a day; APA! will show you how to manually express Vampire Slayer and make sure you are comfortable with it. Vampire Slayer is a goofy and energetic kitten, and hops around the house at lighting speed, "slaying" every toy in her path! She loves to play with the other kitties in her foster home, and she would love to find a forever home where she can have kitty playmates! She has never met a dog, but would likely do just fine with a slow introduction. While Vampire Slayer may need a little extra care, including manual expressions, a daily medication, and the occasional booty bath, she will repay her humans in endless purrs, snuggles, and hilarious kitten antics! Her foster parents would love to tell you more about this very special kitten and answer any questions you have about her needs - contact us today to arrange a meet-and-greet!

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Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

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Central Texas SPCA

909 S Bagdad, Leander, TX 78641

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Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

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Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

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15.2 miles

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

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15.2 miles

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

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17.5 miles

Austin Pets Alive!

1156 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703

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Austin Pets Alive!

1156 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703

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Austin Pets Alive!

1156 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703

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Austin Pets Alive!

1156 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703

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