Adelia is currently living in a foster home and her foster mom has this to say about her:
`Adelia (also known as ''Deli'', ''Lil Deli'', or ''Couch Bear'') is friendly, affectionate, loves her walks but also loves lounging on the couch and snuggling (hence the nickname ''Couch Bear''), loves her people (always following around/wants to be nearby), and is perfectly adorable!
When she gets very excited, she `tap dances` moving and tapping her front feet really quickly. Also, every morning when she wakes up, she stretches and then army crawls across the bed or floor before finally deciding to stand up. SO CUTE!!`
Adelia is looking for a forever home, so contact her foster mom at email@example.com to adopt this cute Couch Bear!
Check out Adelia playing with her foster sister!
If you have questions about *ADELIA please contact Austin Animal Center
Austin Animal Center
Austin Animal Center is the largest open-intake animal shelter in central Texas and we work very hard to try to save 90% or more of the thousands of animals we shelter every year. We always need volunteers and both monetary and in-kind donations to help us in our sheltering and prevention activities. Visit our website to find out how you can help!
Shelter Driving Directions
The Austin Animal Center is open for adoptions every day from 11:00am to 7:00pm. We're closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Thanksgiving Day to give our staff some time with family.
Interested adopters should come to the shelter during business hours to meet with a counselor start looking for a pet who'll be a good fit. Our counselors and volunteers are happy to help with that process.
Austin and unincorporated Travis County, but will happily adopt to qualified folks from other communities.
Our standard Adoption fee for healthy, younger pets is $75. Pets over 5 years old have no adoption fee. Adoption includes a microchip and collar & tags, all the vaccinations a pet is old enough to receive, and spay or neuter surgery.
Adopters must be at least 18 yrs old with a current photo ID. Pets already in the home should have a current rabies vaccination and we may need to confirm permission for adoption from the owner of the property where an adopter lives.