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In shelter Cat

Austin, TX, 78702
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Daisy Kate is a sweet, affectionate, funny cat who has bounced back from a bad injury to her left leg. She loves to play with toys, and will sit next to you on the couch or curl up by your knees at night. She enjoys being petted and purrs quietly. Shes a great companion for a human, and gets along beautifully with other cats. We dont know how she is with dogs, but shes so easy-going that shed probably be fine with cat-friendly dogs given proper introductions. Due to her past injury, Daisy Kates leg will always look a little bald, and her foot will be a bit large. This doesnt bother her, and shouldnt present any health issues going forward, but to ensure her ongoing safety and wellbeing, she must live indoors only! Also, because the injury was sensitive before it healed, Daisy Kate can be nervous about being touched in some places, so her future adopter will want to learn to read her signals that say she doesnt want to be petted. Because of this, shes probably better off in a house without young children. If you are looking for a friendly companion that will make any home happier, Daisy Kate is ready to meet you too! The adoption fee is waived for Daisy and ALL Desperate Housecats! I am a DHC, and I have my own webpage!


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