over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Kittie tested negative for FeLV and FIV, is spayed. micro chipped for identification, and vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP. Meet her at our adoption events held 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University (back by the cat litter). Or email XXXX@gmail.com for an adoption form to meet at another time. Our cats live in foster homes during the week. Adoption payment $40.
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Yasha and her brother Pepe were found hiding under a lawn mower when they were little. Both tested negative for FeLV and FIV. Yasha is spayed. micro chipped for identification, and vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP. Meet this bonded pair at our adoption events held 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University (back by the cat litter). Or email XXXX@gmail.com for an adoption ...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Pepe and his sister Yasha were found hiding under a lawn mower when they were little. Both tested negative for FeLV and FIV. Pepe is neutered. micro chipped for identification, and vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP. Meet him at our adoption events held 2-5pm most Saturdays at the College Station Petsmart on University (back by the cat litter). Or email XXXX@gmail.com for an adoption form to meet ...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Hey, everyone! I'm Pumpkin and came from the same place as Mister. While he's a big, burly boy, I am a tiny, petite thing at just 5 pounds. I've seen a LOT in my time, but remain the most curious kitty--I just want to be where you are and will rew...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Helllloooo, ladies! I'm Mister and weighing in at 18lbs, I am a LOT of fella! My hobbies include sleeping, eating and sleeping, and despite being kept in a wire cage for years, I love nothing more than being pet. I have a deep roaring purr and am...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
York is a young shorthaired grey tabby kitten. He is the biggest and strongest of his litter mates. He is very laid back. Pretty sure he is going to grow into a gentle giant. Shows a strong interest in the dogs and given any opportunity he will try ...
over a month agoBryan, TX+27 milesCats for Adoption
Hazelnut found her way to LWHA when she was very pregnant. She has since given birth and nursed stray kittens from another litter but it s time for us to find her a forever home. She is a young (likely about a year old) petite cat who is extremely laid back and so adorable. She doesn t seem to be bothered by the other animals in her foster home (the dogs or cats) so she would do fine in a multi...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Tootsie is a young female shorthaired patch tabby kitten. She is very playful. Loves toys and lasers and anything she can chase and throw around. She also loves food and treats. She shows no fear around big dogs and will even try and play with them....
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Peeps is a young male shorthaired orange tabby kitten with beautiful eyes. He was the runt of the litter and had to be supplemented with a bottle for a few days to help him catch up with his siblings. I think this is why he is the 1 that likes to b...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Nestle is a young female medium hair orange tabby kitten. In addition to having striking blue eyes, she also has unique orange stripe that splits her nose. Nestle is a little more on the introverted side from her siblings but once she has warmed up, ...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Flowerbud tested negative for FeLV and FIV, is spayed. micro chipped for identification, and vaccinated for rabies and FVRCP. Or email XXXX@gmail.com for an adoption form to meet hw. Our cats live in foster homes. Adoption charge $40. Flowerbud needs a calm home with someone experienced working with hesitant kitties. Her long fur requires regular brushing. She is available to foster or adopt.
over a month agoBryan, TX+27 milesCats for Adoption
Mazy is a loving cat that is quiet for the most part. She has her front claws removed. We are rehoming her for she doesn t get along with our dog. A perfect home would be 1 without dogs.
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Hey guys, Im Patch! 1 of the things you should know about me is that I like to let you know where I am. See, I was feral and didnt know human touch. My foster mom made me realize I was loved and a nice boy, and I sometimes cry out for her. When I...
over a month agoBryan, TX+27 milesCats for Adoption
I work at Crestview Retirement Community. I am actually filling this profile out for a resident that must find her cat a new home. Lots of factors for this decision. The cat is very gentle and a wonderful cat, has only lived with this resident. Please contact me : Karen Claxton in order for any info . Thank You
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
I am a BIG orange boy, a classic tabby with bold swirly stripes. I came from a feral cat colony at a mobile home park. A great older couple was feeding us but some of the other residents said there were too many cats and would chase us away when we tried to wander off. Hence, I am skittish. I like to eat, maybe a bit too much - I weigh in at around 15 lbs and probably ought to be twelve or so. ...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
Nike showed up at a feral cat colony in College Station but is tame. She was already spayed but was not wearing a collar and was not micro chipped. We checked lost cat posts and put up found cat signs in the neighborhood to no avail - no 1 seems to be looking for her. She is likely at least 12yrs old or older. She has the beginnings of kidney disease and arthritis. She received I-131 radioiodin...
over a month agoCollege Station, TX+23 milesCats for Adoption
I need a nice, calm home with someone willing to be patient with me to give me time to settle in. I have had a rough life. After I was trapped, spayed, and returned as part of a feral cat colony, I showed up missing the end of my tail and the bone was ticking out of what was left. Maybe I was the victim of 1 of two dogs who tend to run loose in the neighborhood - I prefer not to think about how...