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Domestic Mediumhair kittens & cats in Burnet, Texas

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Mana

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, Adult
Florence, TX
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Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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Ever wanted a cuddly house panther that doubles as a cryptid? Mana is your girl. Named for the magical energy resource needed to cast spells, Mana is a perfect familar. She will rocket across the house when she spots an open lap. She also loves shoulders and chewing toys. She is skittish with strangers, but give her time and some treats and she will warm up. She is fully vaccinated and has recently recovered from a flea infestation, so her rear and tail are a little sparse in the fur department. It makes her look like a lion! She has excellent vet behavior and sits well for exams and shots. Mana would do well in a home that has a person at home more often than not, so she has someone to bother for cuddles. Mana is a one-cat act and demands human cuddle time all to herself. She is NOT friendly to other cats. Mana is strictly an indoor cat and has never touched grass.
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Gatito

Domestic Mediumhair

Male, Young
Killeen, TX
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Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
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His name is Gatito, he was born February 25, 2023 so he’s a Pisces. He gets along well with big dogs and other house cats, he’s never been around smaller dogs but Im sure he’d be good with them too. He likes singing and splooting, he loves attention and hanging out on your lap, loves getting pet, very gentle and nice, he will not bite when annoyed but will lick you.
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Bella and Tess

Domestic Mediumhair

Female, Adult
Killeen, TX
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Good with kids, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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My wife adopted these two female cats seven years ago from the same litter when they were kittens. My wife recently passed away and I am relocating out of state and cannot take them with me. The cats are very well behaved. They have never been around other animals so I do not know how they would react if exposed to another pet. Tess is very inquisitive and adjusts to strangers easily while Bella is shy and takes longer to adjust. I will not separate them, they must both go to the same home.
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Miracle Nicky! - VIDEO

Domestic Mediumhair

Male, Adult
Georgetown, TX
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Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
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PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO - Nicky's story starts at 6:55 min. Nicky is an absolute survivor! A homeless man near Skidrow started feeding Nicky when he was already in bad shape. But the homeless man didn't have the means to take Nicky to the vet. He built him an adorable little house made out of a cardboard box and covered with plastic to protect Nicky from the cold and rain. We rushed Nicky to our vet immediately and he was extremely underweight, his skin had sores and scabs all over, he had injured paws and the worst: Nicky had a diaphragmatic hernia. The vet thinks that he had been hit by a car at some point and the hernia kept getting bigger, literally pushing his intestines into his lungs and against his heart. It was a race with time, because Nicky was in such bad condition at first, that he was not a candidate for surgery. But Nicky has a strong will to live and he is a super nice cat! He purrs immediately when you start petting him. He's a quiet guy and loves to eat. With proper TLC and medication, Nicky started to gain weight and his skin cleared up. Just in time for his life saving surgery. Nicky received the operation to repair the hernia at one of the best hospitals in Los Angeles. He's an absolute miracle cat! Nicky is recovering extremely well from the surgery and indulges in eating his favorite foods. Nicky is about 6 years old, so he's fairly young for a cat. He is FIV+ but Leukemia Negative. Nicky could be in a home with another cat or as the only kitty. He's a very patient, loving handsome guy! Nicky would love to have his own home where he would be loved and he could make up for the time of neglect in the streets. Will you make Nicky happy?! Ingrid (512) 980-0105 pcdrapps@yahoo.com
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Outdoorsy Shale

Domestic Mediumhair Domestic Shorthair

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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Chooch

Domestic Mediumhair Domestic Shorthair

Male, Adult
Georgetown, TX
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Meowdy there, future bestie! I'm Chooch, the paw-some blend of playfulness and charm, with my striking orange stripes that'll light up your world! I'm a social butterfly when it comes to other kitties, always ready for a feline friend to join in on my cat-ventures. You'll often find me exploring every nook and cranny, especially inside those cozy cabinets-I just can't resist! At night, I love nothing more than cuddling up in bed for some quality snuggle time. Oh, and by the way, I have a special diet-since I don't have teeth, but that doesn't stop me from enjoying my delicious wet food! Are you ready to be my purr-fect paw-rent and give me the love and care I deserve? Let's kickstart my new beginning together-come meet me today! The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter is open every day from noon until 6pm (excluding limited holidays/events). You can meet Chooch 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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26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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26 miles

Texas Humane Heroes - Leander Adoption Center

10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, TX 78641

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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34.8 miles

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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34.8 miles

Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter

1855 SE Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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34.8 miles

Pacific Coast Dog Rescue

Georgetown, TX 78626

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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42.2 miles

Austin Pets Alive!

1156 West Cesar Chavez, Austin, TX 78703

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Where do Domestic Mediumhairs come from? How many types of Domestic Mediumhairs are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Domestic Mediumhair.

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