Friends of Ducky: Cat Appreciation Special
By Ducky Abay – Special to the Navarro County Gazette
“Howdy friends! Are you staying cool? Eh, it’s almost impossible at this time. Boy am I ready for Fall. At least then it would only be 95 degrees!
Today I want to feature 3 of my feline friends. They have been at the shelter for a while now and are all terrific cats.”
Some quick facts:
Loki: Loki is an adult male cat, neutered, who was found as a stray. He came in with some skin issues (flea allergies) and has been working hard on getting his skin in tip top shape! He is a loving guy, talkative, and would really love his very own person. He can be clingy with those he attaches himself to! He is current on vaccines, microchipped and litterbox trained. And his adoption fee is only $33 through the end of July!
Valentino: Valentino is a gorgeous orange and white boy. He was found as a stray near the Valero gas station in Corsicana. Val is one of the most loving cats there are. He is laid back, too! We are shocked no one has scooped this boy up already! He is current on vaccines, microchipped and litterbox trained! His adoption fee is also only $33 this month!
Mailbox: A senior cat that was found running the streets of Corsicana. He is about 10 years old, neutered, litterbox trained, microchipped and vaccinated. He is a pretty calm guy and really just wants a soft place to land to live out his golden years. He was named Mailbox by a young girl visiting the shelter who thought that was just the perfect name for this handsome fella, and we agree! Mailbox’s adoption fee is $33 through the end of July.
Where to meet these precious pit bulls:
Adoptable from the Corsicana Animal Shelter
617 S. 12th St.
Corsicana, TX 75110
Open Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday: 12pm-6pmSaturday: 12pm-4pm
- Due to Covid-19 you must wear a mask while inside the building and the shelter is only handling one client at a time
- How to adopt? There is a $55 adoption fee for each animal and you must complete an approved adoption application.
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