48020, 48021, 48022, 48028 – Austin, Houston, Dallas & Amarillo
Born approx. 8/25
Female (48020), Males (48021, 48022 – Neutered & 48028)
FIV- & FeLV-
Available as of 10/17/17
Austin, Houston & Amarillo – Adopted!
Dallas – Rescued!
Why choose me?
Update 1/24/18– Thanks to the Athenspets Spay/Neuter Fund, Dallas is now neutered and ready to go home with you as soon as the adoption is finalized!
Update 1/21/18 – Austin was adopted today, so Dallas is the only kitten of this litter remaining. Can you be the one to give him the home he’s been waiting so patiently for?
Update 1/13/18 – Houston was adopted today! That just leaves Austin & Dallas still looking for their fur-ever homes. Could you be the one to take one or both of these cuties home?
Update 1/5/18 – The “Texas” litter of kittens are now completely healthy again, and are located in the main room of the shelter, ready to meet you! Additionally, their brother, Dallas, has now joined them and is also available for adoption. Dallas is the one with black fur. He was a little skittish at first, in his new kennel at the front of the shelter, but he is becoming more and more confident each day. Check out the Texas litter’s new pics, and come meet this wonderful group of youngsters – they are sure to brighten up your New Year!
Update 11/13/17 – Amarillo was adopted today! Austin and Houston have come down with a URI, so they’re in the back getting medical treatment, but we hope that they’ll be available for adoption again soon. We’ll update you as we see how they continue to respond to treatment.
These cute kitties have only had a few days up in the main cat room, so they’re still a little shy as they adjust to all of the strange new sounds. It’s a big adjustment, especially when you’re only a few weeks old to begin with! Austin is the tortie, Houston is the brown tabby, and Amarillo is the buff tabby. Amarillo is already the more daring and adventurous kitten, and Houston and Austin tend to hang back until their brother says everything’s ok, but they’re all friendly and don’t seem to have an aggressive bone in their bodies. What they’d love best is to get into a home of their own (either together or separate) so that they can get the love and attention that they deserve and have a lot more room to play and explore than a single kennel can provide. Wouldn’t you love to add one (or more!) of them to your family?