Beautiful, well-groomed, trimmed claws,  orange tabby readily came to me and let me pick her up.  Very trusting kitty.  I got food for her, put her in a cat carrier but could not take her home because of my own three cats who do not take to new cats at all.

I took her to the San Marcos Animal Shelter.  They scanned her for a microchip and she did not have one.  While in a shelter cage, she easily interacted with a dog.

This cat should not be put down but the San Marcos Shelter will do that by October 12, if she is not claimed or adopted.

Please go get her!


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  1. Matthew R Giese
    Oct 13, 2012 @ 16:42:37

    What a very informative site, I have found alot of very useful information here and still have a lot more to read. Thank you very much for the time and effort you have put in….


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Emily S Carter

My two beautiful little girl kitties came from ARF -- a rescue service in Wimberley. Maddie Bell, in the header photo, likes to help me make the bed.

Shelter cats are the best!


Making a difference to pet owners looking for their lost cat [or dog] – this is a place to post information about your animal and to provide contact information -- see the Lost Cat page.

Its also home to cat and dog stories -- see The Literary Cat page.


All text and images © copyright 2011 Emily S. Carter. All rights reserved.
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