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Addison

Domestic Short Hair

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Rae (rae@luvzhorses.com) for more information abo... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Rae (rae@luvzhorses.com) for more information about this pet.Hello,My name is Addison, kind of a sophisticated English name. I like it.  I just got here from the Bastrop shelter with my sister Artemis and we were scared out of our wits.  I have gotten a lot more comfortable BUT my sister is still more afraid than I am.Foster mom will be keeping us for a week or two more or until we are comfortable being handled and with people but we will be looking for our special forever home the whole time!Let my foster mom know you might want me as your BFF and then come to meet me!!!ADDISON UPDATE:Wow, time flies when you're having fun.  Foster Mom had to be away for 3 months and we did not get much attention while she was gone, but now we're having special 'lessons' in liking people and we're doing quite well.  My sister is STILL a big scaredy cat, but Foster Mom and Foster Sister are going to work really hard with her during Christmas vacation so we will be ready for our forever homes soon after.  We are both very healthy and beautiful and we are the age shown below here on this page.  We will make great BFF's, why not ask about us and take a chance - you won't be sorry!ADDISON UPDATE Jan 16:  We are still VERY skittery and Mom is going to order some Jackson Galaxy flower remedies and we will be moved into large cages so Mom and Sis can work directly with each one of us.  Here's hoping - - FOSTER MOM UPDATE March 13:  Happy to say that Addison is doing very well.  Still a bit timid, but coming up to be petted and enjoying it.  She's out of a cage and lots of the 'roaming' kitties in the house have been allowed into the room where she is and it's now on to the next step - allowing her to come out of the kitty room and into the normal house if she wants.  I've changed her status to 'available for adoption' and she is ready for a home that is fairly quiet with someone who is willing to be gentle and patient with her.  She's a really SWEET kitty and deserves a chance at a forever home.  She gets along with other kitties, so a home with another buddy would be great.ADDISON UPDATE September 10, 2016: I am sooo ready for love .  Addison is finally ready fully for a home.  She will take a bit to get used to the new digs, but she's been off with a temp foster for 6 weeks, is back and is asking to be petted, venturing out in the house and has left sister behind in so many ways.  She can be picked up, petted and will most of the time come to you.  Loud or sudden movements still un-nerve her, but in a normal home setting she'll be a great companion.  Addison is very healthy and up to date on vaccinations and is spayed and microchipped!  Won't you consider HER as your new BFF?ADDISON UPDATE: October 2018:  Hey, I'm back.  Had a little health scare but turns out it was a wrong diagnosis and I'm healthy as can be.  I've been living in foster mom's bedroom and having a lot of fun and attention.  I love to sleep right next to her leg and I love being petted and I even beg to be petted.  I am still a little insecure and it shows when you move fast or try to chase or catch me.  I'm also a bit face shy still although I love it when you scratch and pet my head, just nervous if you try to use two hands at once.  If I'm on the bed and I know you, you can pick me up.  I will be okay for a few minutes but after that I want down.  I have the tiniest little meow, you'd think I was a kitten.  I might be a little bit insecure still BUT once I settle in and get to know you I'll be your BFF and give you back lots of love!New pics coming soon!Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Agnes II

Siamese

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Beth (bethbach2@gmail.com) for more information a... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Beth (bethbach2@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.  Agnes loves to spend her time watching birds through the window and hanging out with her friend Alton.  Agnes was trapped and brought to a high kill shelter in South Texas along with two other kitty friends.  She had no hope of getting out alive, especially since she's a bit older and not sure people can be trusted. She's best friends with her buddy Alton and is also very close to her friend Alfreda.  You can see the profiles for Alton and Alfreda by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page. Agnes is aloof with people.  Not truly feral but not wanting to be touched by people either. She gratefully accepts plates of wet food and treats but does not want to be petted and will move away from you if you try.  She gets along well with any new foster cat who comes to share her space though so she is a great companion to cats.  Do you have it in your heart to share you home with Agnes?  She is so grateful she now lives indoors and just wants to have a place she can continue her hobbies of bird watching and just hanging out. It would be beyond fantastic if all three of these friends could find a special home together. Contact foster Beth for more information about Agnes and her friends, bethbach2@gmail.com.      Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Alfreda

Siamese

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Beth (bethbach2@gmail.com) for more information a... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Beth (bethbach2@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.  Alfreda is enjoying her well deserved retirement from producing babies.  She's a beautiful Lynx Point girl who was brought in as a stray by animal control and appeared to have always lived as a community cat.   So now she's really digging a roof over her head and steady meals. Alfreda is a cat's cat and not all that fond of people. She is what we call an indoor feral.  She doesn't like people but she would not do well at this point as an outside cat.  People serve a purpose of course but petting should not be one of them.  Simply bring the vittles please and leave me to hanging out with my feline buds.  Alfreda would like to find a nice home where she can just be a cat.  She lives well among people but is not a typical 'pet' cat.  She adores the other two kitties she came in with and readily accepts any new foster who comes to share her space.  Do you have it in your heart and home to give Alfreda a permanet place to hang out?It would be beyond fantastic if all three of these friends could find a special home together.  Contact her foster at bethbach2@gmail.com with any questions.   Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Amelia

Domestic Short Hair

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Kathy (kgselbrede@mac.com) for more information a... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Kathy (kgselbrede@mac.com) for more information about this pet.A Special Needs Kitty with a Big HeartAmelia was one of a set of feral kittens born to a mama cat abandoned in the wilder parts of Georgetown. She was caught and spayed early enough that she's fully tame, and is a true love bug with humans. She’s also a special needs cat: due to food allergies, she can only eat certain proteins – otherwise, she gets a serious skin reaction that takes a bit of work to knock down. Her foster parent was so intent on trying to get Amelia a leg up on her allergies (which can be a barrier to adoption) that Amelia was put on prescription allergy drops (to limit the impact of environmental allergens). When new stem cell therapies to combat allergies started to appear, Amelia became one of the first kitties in the greater Austin area to be treated. It takes several months to see if the stem cells, injected in early April 2020, worked or not. We don’t yet know if she can be taken off her restricted diet. She must be a very special cat for her foster to invest so much effort trying to give her more freedom in her food choices. This is a kitty that deserves a furever home sooner than later!Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Aylah

Siamese

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Melissa (atx.siamese.foster.mjs@gmail.com) for mo... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Melissa (atx.siamese.foster.mjs@gmail.com) for more information about this pet.Aylah is an outgoing, people-oriented cat, and I think she would form a strong bond to her one special person.  She is full of surprises; in our first week together, she showed me all of this: She flirts. A pet-me flop and a coy, over the shoulder look with those big blue eyes and you have no choice but to do as she bids (rub her tummy, it's bunny-soft). She fetches.   Not like a cat (will she or won’t she) but like a ball-crazed Labrador, meowing with impatience if you don’t throw the mouse fast enough. She bows. Like an itty-bitty Clydesdale, with her left foot crossed over her right, when she drinks out of a water bowl. She drinks from the faucet. I got her a fountain, but she prefers the sink. When it’s time for you to turn on the faucet, she jumps on the bathroom counter and gives you the sweeteyes. She talks. Like many Siamese, she’s a good conversationalist. Little chirps, murmurs, trills and various meows that all mean something different, and she takes her turn.  No complaints, just communication. She plates her food. She moves her dry food to the center of her bowl with her paw, where it belongs. She directs. Takes your hand in her paws and places it on her head, because you don’t understand that her ears need scritching. I’m dying to see what other tricks she’s got up her sleeve and I’m sure more will be revealed in due time. Aylah has a big personality and a tiny body. At first glance I thought she was a 5-6 month-old kitten, and I doubt she’ll grow any bigger. Pictures don’t do her beauty justice.  She is long-legged and graceful with the wedge-type head of a modern show Siamese as opposed to the traditional Applehead. I’m working on posting better pictures and some video; it’s hard to capture her essence when she just won’t stop moving.  (And yee-gads did you notice the ears?  Those ears!) Aylah’s back story is rather horrible so I won’t post it, but will provide that and her intake photos to her new family so they know what their little girl has been through.  Aylah does not appreciate other adult cats one bit and needs to be an only, but I’m sure she’d tell you she’s all the cat you need. She craves company, so I’d like for her to go to someone who is home at least part time. Oh, and her litterbox manners are perfect.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Bob

Domestic Short Hair

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Kathy (kgselbrede@mac.com) for more information a... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Kathy (kgselbrede@mac.com) for more information about this pet.Passionate, uniquely handsome, yearns for safe human connection.A strikingly gorgeous male with unique stripey swirls on his sides and back legs, handsome eyeliner, white socks, white chest and “collar,” short tail (hence his name), Bob was likely born to a feral mother in the wilder parts of Georgetown. He started coming to our porch for dinner in late summer of 2017 when we snapped the photo of him sitting with a raccoon and opossum politely waiting to be served. He seemed happily independent, always evading our traps, but lonely, often breaking our hearts with sad meowing as he wandered off into the night after dinner. In 2019 when Bob showed up with a huge cactus spine through his right eye we feared the eye was a lost cause and that he may even die from resulting infection. We rushed to the nearest KFC and on March 14, 2019 Bob finally entered our trap and we immediately took him to a vet willing to try to save his eye. He came back almost as good as new: the pupil in his right eye is a little larger (some call it soulful) but the vet truly did a miracle and he’s had no issues with vision or eye health. As with several adult ferals before Bob, we had done the “T” and “N” of TNR, but couldn’t bear to “Release” him considering the local predators, rattlesnakes, cactus, etc., so we started taming and socializing him. Of course he was terrified at first of being indoors, hiding in his crate and hating even to be looked at by humans. He’s since made tremendous progress. His true personality has emerged, and (like all cats) he’s quite unique. He’s definitely not standoff-ish. He wears his heart on his sleeve and always lets us know how he’s feeling. Most often he gushes with displays of love, gratitude and affection. He now yearns for our company, loves being talked to, and loves to be petted (though he can still become defensive of fast or unexpected movements). Whether or not we’re petting him he purrs and rubs and rolls around and makes hundreds of exaggerated biscuits - many in the air while he’s laying on his side or upside down - in our presence, always happy just to have us near him. He’s just begun to press his cheek into our arms and hands!!! He loves to play with toys but still needs to be taught how to do that with a human. He’s also very vocal, and his meows are quite varied depending on his emotions at the time. He thrives on human company, hates being left alone, and often protests with a loud, very sad meow (almost begging “Please don’t go!!!!”) when we have to leave his room. He appreciates as much time as we humans can give to him. The sad news for Bob is that we still have 5 other adult ferals who don’t all get along, so Bob is mostly in “solitary confinement” in his own room. We believe he would thrive in a calm, quiet home where he could enjoy observing and interacting with trustworthy adult humans in a shared living space. All indications are that he strongly desires to make friends and get close and that he’ll continue to respond very positively if adopted by a patient, dedicated animal lover(s) willing to give him time, patience and the love he lacked out in the wild, and committed to continue helping him learn how to break down the defensive boundaries he needed to survive in the wild and allow himself to be loved and to return love in gentle ways. His heart and passions are exceptionally huge, and this will make him a wonderfully soulful pet for the right forever home. We so wish we could keep him but it's not fair when our time and affections are spread so thin.   Since Bob is still a work-in-progress, he is better suited for a household with one or two experienced, patient cat person(s) who have a heart for ferals rather than first-time cat parents. At this time he is not a good fit for a household with children! He is making great progress through, but sometimes shows us he's still in, the 'transitional' phase of taming where his 'wild' defensive side can strike out with a claw or warning nip (which with us always results in a purposefully exaggerated human yelp to show him that’s not okay, Bob’s temporary retreat and pouting, and then a lovely make-up session in which he vocalizes and exhibits his remorse). He’s not a lap cat yet, but he’s following the pattern of our other successful domestications of adult ferals (one of which started out quite ferocious but since has tamed our three dogs – two of which used to try to kill cats - and rules as queen of gentleness over the front area of our home). As for other cats, Bob has met two of the other tamed feral cats in our home: one attacked him while he remained passive, and he coexisted peaceably with the other; so, we venture to guess that in the future Bob could enjoy the companionship of other non-combative animals. (NOTE: Dr. Roy Smith, founder of Central Texas Cat Hospital, swears after 50+ years of rescuing and treating cats that every cat wishes to be the ONLY cat in a household, that it’s we humans who believe they need a cat friend.) We would love to talk to you more about Bob to find out if you and he might make a good fit together. The two cat trees in the photos are available free to his new adoptive family. His favorite is a very high quality tree made by New Cat Condos, one of their top-of-the-line products.Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less

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Bria

Siamese

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Rae (rae@luvzhorses.com) for more information abo... show more

You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.Please contact Rae (rae@luvzhorses.com) for more information about this pet.Hi There,My name is Bria and I was living at the Comanche, TX shelter when they discovered I was pregnant. They scurried and made arrangements for me to get out of the shelter ASAP so I wouldn't have my babies there.The nice ladies at Comanche, especially Laurie and Kimberly worked quickly and got me to ASR and into a foster home on Tuesday and I had my babies on Thursday!  Talk about the nick of time!I am the proud healthy mother of three little cuties who will be up for adoption in 8-10 weeks time.  I will then need my own forever home and if you would like to have me as a BFF please come to meet me.  I'm a very loving girl and a really good Mom and I purr all the time!5/6/16 UPDATE: Bria has come a very long way and is now ready for a forever home.  She is a silly, bouncy kitty with a bit of 'tude', but she is friendly and ready for more.  She isn't really comfortable with most of the kitties in our home, but plays with Darth as if he was her baby or she was his sister.  She has gotten a lot more comfortable with humans as well.  She will rub up against my legs and allow me to pet her on the head and chest and one or two strokes down her back and then gets excited and sends 'warning' signals.  I think she just gets easily over stimulated, but she can be a bit nippy so she is not a good choice for a family with small children.  She would be great as a companion for an adult home with one other kitty as long as she is allowed plenty of time to acclimate and get used to the other kitty.  I do believe that if Bria has a home of her own where she has more area to roam (right now she stays basically in one big bedroom) she will come completely out of her fear shell and become a really sweet and loving kitty.  Won't you tkae a chance on this girl?  She deserves a place of her own after such a rough start.UPDATE: July 2017 - Bria is definately a good candidate for an adult home with one or even two other kitties.  She is now integrated into the population and managing nicely.  She isn't agressive and will back down from confrontation but sometimes she will defend herself a bit.  She still is a sweet girl but still gets a bit over excited at too much petting. She really needs a quiet home where she can ask for and get the attention and love she deserves.  She'd make a great companion!Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet. show less