Monday, July 17, 2017


Sophia was adopted from Cats' Angels in 2010 by Hannah, but Hannah gave her away almost immediately to Mary. Mary kept Sophia for 6 years, but then got a young cat and took Sophia to the Georgetown Animal Shelter. I cannot explain why Hannah gave her away, or why Mary abandoned her at the shelter, except to say that some people don't understand cats are sentient beings who are entitled to love and protection from their humans. Sophia is now 12 years old, perhaps a little older even. Maybe she is still hoping for a loving home, or maybe she has given up. Cats Angels will continue to look for a home for Sophia. Please help us by spreading the word.

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Friday, June 16, 2017



 In April, we knew that a feral mother at one of our feeding stations had given birth, but we couldn't find the kittens. It took us four weeks to find the mother cat's cache, but we were able to trap the six kittens and the mother and safely bring them inside.


By doing this, we made sure that the kittens wouldn't grow up to be feral. They are now 10 weeks old, weaned and available for adoption. Their mother was  spayed and returned to the colony, where we will continue to feed her. All six kittens are girls. Contact us to adopt one of these beautiful babies.


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Baxter: Gold medal for most affectionate cat

Baxter was a kitten born of a feral mother. When he was old enough to be weaned, we caught him and brought him inside to socialize him, and he developed a great personality, super friendly with people as well as with other cats. When he was 6 months old, though, we noticed pus and inflammation in his left eye.  We learned from the eye doctor that he had a piece of skin growing inside in such a way that hair was brushing against the eye ball, causing irritation and infection. He needed surgery. The problem was that the eye clinic required $ 1,900 to remove the piece of skin, and that was well beyond any money we could raise. I took Baxter to my vet, Dr. Bryant, at the Parmer Lane Pet Hospital, and asked her if she could do the surgery at a more affordable cost. Dr. Bryant had not done this before, but she talked to a doctor at the eye clinic who explained the procedure. Confident that she could do it, she agreed to operate on Baxter and was able to remove the problem skin at a fourth of the eye clinic quoted price! Baxter had a full recovery and his eye is now functioning correctly. He was adopted two months later and his new family adores him for a reason: he deserves a gold medal for being the most affectionate cat on the planet. Thank you Dr. Bryant!

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Rocky, the Siamese neighbors could not leave behind


Rocky was born to a feral mother, but he was too gorgeous to be left on the street. Several neighbors noticed him and worked together to give him a chance at a safe and hunger-free life. They trapped him and put him thru the Austin Humane Society feral cat program, then proceeded to tame him. At three years old Rocky had a long way to go, but the compassionate neighbors persevered. Although still shy with new people, he became very friendly once he got to know someone. He learned how to use the litter box, enjoyed being brushed and petted, got along well with other cats, and adjusted to living mostly indoors. With the help of Cats' Angels, Rocky has now been adopted and he is ever so thankful for his new, safe lifestyle.
Rocky will never be hungry again!

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