ASVT does not have a facility; all of our adoptable pets live in volunteer foster homes until they are adopted.
Hi! My name is Diana! I was named after Princess Diana! When I came into the foster program I was only 5 weeks old and me and my siblings all had an awful skin condition that took us weeks to get over! I was very shy and terrified and would hide behind my brothers and sisters. I would tremble in fear when my Foster Mom had to handle me to give me medications and love. My Foster Mom thought I was BEAUTIFUL so she named me after Princess Diana hoping that someday I would gain some confidence and become the princess she knew I could be! It took a lot of patience and love but now I am a very confident, playful girl who loves to be cuddled and played with! I am also talkative . I make these adorable little chirping like sounds when I want your attention. My favorite place to sleep is curled up on top of you or next to you! I also love to snuggle up against you and watch TV with you! I especially love watching TikTok on my Foster Moms iPad so I can slap at and try to catch the heart emojis and other things that move on the screen! If you are looking for a super sweet girl that loves to cuddle and play I would LOVE to go home with you! And if you are looking for 2 (or 3) kitties, please consider my sisters, Tia and Tamara as we are all the best of friends! We chase each other all over the house and play hard, then we snuggle up and nap together. Adoption fee includes spay/neuter, microchip and rabies and other core vaccinations. Please complete an adoption application at http://www.asvtexas.org/adoption-application.html.
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