Ruby

American Shorthair - Adult - Female
Adoptable Medium Up-to-date with routine shots
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Ruby has such a sweet and loving personality! She arrived at a shelter south of Houston with a litter of kittens. The babies were weaned and all found homes but Ruby didn’t find a home so we were asked if our organization could take her and find her a place. We were happy to get her out of the shelter and into private foster care. She’s been in foster care since her arrival and showed herself to be a real little lady: neat and tidy, sweet and quiet. She’s an easy kitty to care for, undemanding and loving. She’s very demure. Ruby is a gem in every sense of the word: gorgeous and sparkling! She’s about two years old, so she’s a youngster still with lots of life ahead of her. Her best feature is the little heart on her nose! And she really loves people. She could do okay in a home with a dog if the dog is cat friendly and proper introductions are made. She’s okay with other cats too as long as the cats are friendly and not aggressive.

This cat can be seen at the cat adoption center inside the Petsmart store in New Braunfels. This store is located at 1671 South IH 35 Suite 200 New Braunfels, TX 78130, between Lowes and Jo-Ann fabrics.
The adoption fee is $125. All our cats are fully vaccinated for age appropriate vaccines, they are spayed/neutered, microchipped, treated for internal and external parasites and placed into foster care for socialization and behavior observation.
You can contact the adoption program director, Gyvel, by text at (512) 557-2286 if you have more questions or contact us at our email address: TAGAdoptionsTeam@gmail.com

Please read this informative article about introducing your resident cat to your new kitty. Cut and past the URL into your browser window: http://www.texasanimalguardians.org/new-cat-introductions/

If you have a dog here’s an informative article about introducing your new cat to your dog. Cut and past the URL into your browser window: http://www.texasanimalguardians.org/introducing-your-new-cat-to-your-dog/

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