Im feral! While it is likely Ill be eartipped and sent back to where I was trapped, some of us are actually friendly. We will be constantly be reevaluated and see if well go up for adoption. For more information about feral cats and the TNR program visit our friends at https://www.nbcats.org/HSNBA lists all animals online from the moment of intake, and our listings are updated automatically every midnight. Some of these animals may not be available for adoption at this moment, but you can always call the shelter at 830-629-5287 for clarification on the adoption process or the animals current status.
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