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Austin cats looking for new home

by Therese on October 18, 2009

in Austin pets, Cats


A friend of mine has been living in San Marcos where she’s had plenty of land to care for the kitties that adopted her over the years. (6 of them!) She absolutely loves her cats but she’s moving and is trying to find loving homes for some of them. Two are going with her, and she’s already found a home for one, but there are three others that need good homes. All of them are very, very sweet cats. I thought about having one come live with me, but because of my allergies, one cat is just about all I can handle. (I have a feeling Tequila’s happy about that actually!)

A little about each of them:


Talen is a four year old neutered male orange tabby. He has short hair, weighs 11 pounds. He’s very snuggly, purrs like a freight train, and loves to be petted and cuddled.  Talen loves people, gets along with doggy and girl kitties, though he tends to get bullied by other males. Okay indoors and/or outdoors, would make great barn cat or apartment companion.


Tasha is a ten year old white spayed female, long hair, 11 pounds. Tasha is a fluffy little lover kitty and gets along with doggy and other kitties. Okay indoors and outdoors, but is mostly indoors to keep her ears from getting sunburnt and she prefers hanging around the house or on the porch to adventuring far.  She is very friendly, playful and cuddly.


Tacky is a six year old black and white neutered male, short hair, 16 pounds, needs loving home.  Moving and can’t take all animals.  Tacky loves people, belly rubs and chin scratches, gets along with doggy and other kitties, though he tends to be dominant with other males.  Okay indoors and/or outdoors.

All three are healthy, current on vaccinations, no fleas, worms, or ear mites.

Talon, Tasha, and Tacky are all very healthy, happy, adorable adult cats who are looking for a good home. If you’re interested, please contact Emily 512-836-2100 or email her.

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