Below are available cats at the sanctuary ready for immediate adoption.† Our cats are to be indoor only for their safety since the Hill Country is coyote land.† Potential adoptive parents will need a completed application and the understanding that references will be checked and a home visit conducted.†

Available Cats

Companion Connection

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated...

I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by man from the cruelty of man." -Mahatma Gandhi-

"Come quick, come quick," their mother said, "the time is getting near."
She feels that when the kittens come the children should be here.
She told them that a big orange tom took "Kitty" as his wife.
"It's wonderful, a gift from God, the miracle of life."
At half a year young "Kitty" feels too painful and too scared,
to appreciate six miracles, blind-eyed and yellow haired.
But she knows these lives depend on her and nature tells her how,
and as she cleans them, children ask "Mom, can we go now?"
Now and then for six more weeks the children visit her
to play with six new magic toys made of life and fur.
The six weeks pass, the newness gone and new homes yet unfound,
Mom bundles up six miracles and takes them to the pound.
Where lovingly, with gentle hands and no tears left to cry,
the shelter workers kiss them once and take them off to die.
And "Momma Kitty" now she's called mourns her loss and then,
she's put outside and, of course, she's pregnant once again.
Dad tells Kitty "STOP THIS NOW or you wonít live here long!"
but deep inside of Momma Cat, this time something's wrong.
Too young, too small, too often bred now nature's gone awry,
Momma Kitty feels it, too, and she crawls off to die.
She, too, is freed from this cruel world and from her time of strife.
How harsh the truth, how high the price, this "Miracle of Life?"

Author Unknown


Please don't breed or buy while shelter animals die.  Adopt a companion today.

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Remember, adopting a companion animal is a life-long commitment and not just a whim of an idea.† Be sure you are ready to commit your time, energy and home to your new forever companion.

Fax: 512-285-5614


Companion Connection

P.O. Box 875

Elgin, TX† 78621-0875

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Socks is a sweet boy that was sent to us by a Good Sam.  He had been living on their front porch for a while but seemed to be losing weight.  Their cats did not welcome Socks, so they reached out to me for help. 


Upon his wellness exam, Socks tested negative for both FIV and FeLeuk!  Yay!  Socks was neutered August 8th and came through like a champ.  You'd never know he had surgery as he did not bruise or have any symptoms of pain.


Socks has received his Rabies, FeLeuk and FIV vaccines.  Socks is microchipped and is litter box savvy. He really wants a family of his own.  He wants attention and wants loving.  He should be in a home with older children that will respect a cat's boundaries as he prefers not to have his booty touched.  And, he can become a tad rowdy when not receiving enough attention!†† Send us an email to come meet Socks!†

Please don't breed or buy while shelter animals die.  Adopt a companion today.

SocksóBorn about January 1, 2017

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