Companion Connection

Courtesy Listings

Below are available dogs and cats for which friends of Companion Connection need to find forever homes.  See individual bios for contact information.

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"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-

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BANDIT, Tuxedo

Meet seven-year-old Bandit. He's a big boy and very handsome with beautiful fur.  And he's very sweet. Bandit appears very healthy, is current on his vaccinations, is neutered and is a most affectionate cat.  Bandit may be a little shy with strangers at first, but it's normal kitty shyness.  Bandit has always been an indoor, tame cat and has received his current flea treatment. He looks very healthy just having an exam about 3 or 4 months ago. He is a playful kitty and wants his furever home.  He also opens cabinet doors and hides inside! It's adorable to see him do it.  Being an indoor only kitty, he has never been exposed to anything like feline leukemia or Aids.

 

For more information, contact Patty Moore, email is saxicat3@gmail.com, phone is 512 - 285-9485, Or complete a Companion Connection adoption application

MISSY, Tabby

This is Missy and she is 6 years old.  She appears very healthy and she is a sweet, affectionate cat.  Missy is current on her vaccinations. She is an indoor cat and has had flea treatment. She appears very healthy, totally cute and playful. Missy is completely uncomplicated. She doesn't know a stranger, being very affectionate.  Being an indoor only kitty, she has not been exposed to anything like feline leukemia or Aids.

 

For more information, contact Patty Moore, email is saxicat3@gmail.com, phone is 512 - 285-9485, or complete a Companion Connection adoption application

MITTENS, Calico

Mittens is a really a special cat. She was once a feral kitten I've been working with for 3 years and now she is very affectionate and loving. She's a little talker in a pawsome way. If you talk to her and meow at her, she talks back in this pretty little voice. She loves to have   her belly rubbed. She is just a very beautiful and special cat. She would be shy with someone at first but if she's kept in a room for a few days she's going to be just fine. She just needs to be an indoor cat and deserves a most excellent home. She probably would not do well in a home with big dogs. Since she had been living outside most her life and dogs were a threat to her. However!  We have a little rescued mixed breed dog who is 16 lb and Mittens just adores this dog. She will soon be comb tested and have her rabies shot as well.

 

For more information, contact Patty Moore, email saxicat3@gmail.com, or phone is 512 - 285-9485.  Or complete a Companion Connection adoption application at www.CompanionConnection.net.