Special Needs Adoption

To download and print an adoption application click on the Adoption Application tab in the menu above.

All SAFCC cats are spayed/neutered, current on rabies and vaccinations, dewormed, micro-chipped, and tested for feline aids and leukemia.


Sandino

Contact Virginia per email: VirginiaMBrown@satx.rr.com or Susan 210-803-9334, susanschmahlenberger@msn.com

Hi my name is Sandino! I am an orange and white male tabby with an adorable pink nose. My age is about 1 year old. I am up to date on my shots and negative FELV/FIV. I am a shy guy and really prefer to get to know the other cats in the house first and then work up my courage to meet you as well. Once I get to know you I will be giving you goo-goo eyes and begging for petting. I like to play with my wand toy and play chase with the other kitties. So if your kitty needs a feline friend, I may be a purrfect fit for you and your family.


Lola

Contact:  If interested in meeting or adopting LOLA, please give Hope a call at 210-601-9830 or email at hsoliz67@gmail.com

LOLA is about 3 months old. She is healthy, fiesty, playful, very smart and loving all rolled into one adorable cat. I was contacted to foster her in April after the big apartment fire on Frederickburg Road. She was only 1 pound and 2 ounces of pure energy and is now a whopping 3.8 pounds!

She is spayed and up-to-date on all her vaccines. Her favorite thing to do is play with my hound dog Elvis–she loves to chase his tail and curl up for naps.

Lola is FeLV positive (feline leukemia). Being positive for feline leukemia, she MUST be the ONLY KITTY in your household and must be kept indoors. She is only contagious to other cats, but NOT to other types of pets or humans. Having feline leukemia requires a stable environment so she can live her best life, stress free and healthy.


Ben and Jerry

Contact: Lorraine, 210-471-8462crazykattlady67@gmail.com, for a faster reply please send email directly or call.

Hello, my name is Jerry (white and gray tabby) and this is my brother Ben (solid gray tabby).  We were born in September of 2014 and had a rough start to our lives.  As kittens an infection attacked our eyes and blinded us. We can see some shadows and movement and once we know the layout of the house we are pretty good navigators and only occasionally bump into things. We’re the perfect pair as I’m goofy and fun while Ben is quiet and relaxed. Our bond is so strong that when we get separated in the house we call out for each other. We love hanging out together. I love affection from humans more than Ben does and I especially love suckling on my blanket. Our foster family includes kids, dogs, and cats and we love having these friends to play with. We are looking for a loving family to adopt us as a pair.


 Cabo

Contact: Lorraine, crazykattlady67@gmail.com210-471-8462, for a faster reply, please send an email directly or call.

Cabo, is a brown tabby, teenager kitten about 8 months old (as of 11/2015).  When he was a kitten he had limited function of his back legs and he had to drag them to move about.  Thanks to good veterinary care and his foster mom’s TLC,  Cabo has grown a up to be a teenager in good health.   His back legs are still a bit weak, however that doesn’t slow him down for he gets around easily. Due to his minor handicap, Cabo will have to be an indoor only cat. He is a very sweet guy, playful, loves toys, loves to sit in the window, bounds up and down the stairs.  He loves the company of other cats.  He would make a great pet.

 


 

Alice

Contact: Lorraine, crazykattlady67@gmail.com210-471-8462, for a faster reply please email directly or call.

My name is Alice, I am a six month old (as of 1/21/16) brown tabby.  I would like to share my story with you. My colony feeder noticed one night I was injured so he called the SAFCC helpline. Your volunteer trapper DJ took the challenge in the middle of the night to rescue me. Then I was rushed to an ER vet. I was diagnosed with a prolapsed rectum! They reinserted the organ, stitched me up and off I went. Recover for seven days and I would be back on the streets. Well, that was not the case at all! After several attempts and doctor visits to keep my organ in I was referred to a specialist.

My foster mom took me to Affordable Pet Care on Grissom Rd. I meet with Dr. Earl who was kind enough to want to help me.  After all, I was a two month old kitten with no income. I spent many days with him and his lovely staff. They took exceptional care of me.  I became a regular patient, first name basis and even had my own kennel. I even had to eat special food. I am now completely recovered and have blossomed into a sweet, playful and loving girl. I will not have to go back on the streets because I am friendly. I am now going to adoption events in search of my furr ever home.