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Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black, White
This cat is perhaps one of the most unusually marked cat that the volunteers here have seen. Her fur is a mix of black and white hairs. Tulip was rescued via the Austin City Pound and a citizen. She was found in someone's garage with 2 kittens that were about one day old on 3/30/11. The local vet is guessing that she was appx a year old. She is a shy cat until she has made your acquaintance!  Once she knows you, she likes people attention. She will need a loving, patient home. If you have a patient demeanor and a loving heart, Tulip needs you! To see Tulip or any of our other cats, go to and complete and submit our online application.  We will get in touch to set up a meeting time.  You must be 21 to adopt from MCHS.  Tulip has tested neg. for feline leukemia, FIV, heartworm, is spayed and is current on shots. Our adoption fee is $50 which covers only part of the expenses we incur when getting a cat ready for adoption. We are located at 101 22 ST SE, Austin, MN which is just off of I-90 on 218 SOUTH near our local airport. Thank you for checking our website.


  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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