Pet of the Week
Odie is a 5 year old male domestic short hair. Odie loves being high up and watching the world around him. Odie is an older gentleman who has difficulty dining on hard food but loves chowing down on anything in front of him. Odie has been with us since the 23rd of January. Under our new adoption rates
, Odie can be adopted for only $25
For more information on how to adopt or get involved call (830) 629-5287 or visit us at 3353 Morningside Drive.
Please be advised before adopting...
Panleukopenia is a highly infectious viral disease. Signs include diarrhea (sometimes bloody), vomiting, lethargy and fever, and death. It can range from mild diarrhea to fatal disease.
Diarrhea in an otherwise bright, alert, eating, drinking kitten is more likely due to diet change, stress, parasites, or dietary indiscretion.
Due to the high volume of STRAY cats we intake through this facility and not having a vet on site we are unable to catch all sickness issues that may arise. Our staff does everything that we can possible do to isolate all cats that are displaying obvious signs of illness. Please understand we highly recommend when adopting that the new pet be taken for a complete health exam and isolated from all other animals in the home until a clean bill of health is given by a veterinarian.
All though we are treating to get out, and keep this awful disease out of the shelter, please be advised some cats may still have this or may be able to catch this and become ill!!!!!
Thank you for your understanding and patronage in this matter.
We're looking for you!
We've had a volunteer program in the works and it's now up and running at our new building, so now we're looking for volunteers and fosters. Our volunteer program is more than helping with cleaning, we're also looking for individuals or families to come in and work with the animals. There are so many opportunities available and plenty of animals waiting to see you! Opportunities include walking dogs, bathing dogs, socializing cats & dogs, and snapping some great shots of the fur-babies to post on our website to help in finding them forever homes. We are also looking for loving foster families for the animals we get in that may need a little extra attention and care. Does this sound like something you're interested in? Please stop by our facility to pick up an application and list of volunteer opportunities or call (830) 629-5287 for more details.