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Bette Davis   

In shelter Cat

Dripping Springs, TX, 78620
Pet name:
Bette Davis

Bette Davis was named for her incredible eyes, big amber lights in a tiny silver face. She is a natural beauty.


can be initially shy with new people and places, but she warms up quickly, and approaches for pets and purrs.

Toys go a long way toward gaining her attention and affection. She will chase a feather on a string, a fuzzy mouse, or an interactive toy until she is completely worn out. Shes athletic, smart, and determined!

A true diva, Bette Davis prefers to have her feet on the ground rather than being picked up and carried around. She loves to sit next to you for pets, and she will purr to let you know how much she enjoys it. When she has settled down from playtime, she is a sweet, affectionate companion.

Chasing, climbing and jumping are part of her repertoire, but she is also well-mannered and does not claw or tear up anything that isnt hers. She likes her toys and scratchers. She has excellent litter box habits and is used to a large, covered box.

Bette Davis loves her food. She free feeds on dry food, and loves her canned kitten food and puree treats. She is a fish-flavor fan.

Bette Davis would do well in a home as a single pet. She likes people, and people who have cat toys, the most! She would also be fine in a home with a chill cat or dog. She has a chihuahua friend now but doesnt seek him out. One of her favorite spots is on a chair next to a window where she can see the 2 goofy donkeys that live on the property.

If Bette Davis sounds like she could be a beautiful, sweet, and entertaining member of your family, apply to adopt her today!
Thundering Paws Animal Sanctuary (512) 402-9725


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