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Inside the Box

There's nothing like a nice snug box to make a kitty feel secure. At Thundering Paws, we have plenty of boxes, carriers, beds, and even some open cages for cats to rest in. Edward is fond of this special pyramid-shaped box. Is he grooving to the supernatural resonance of pyramid power? Probably not, he's just naturally a very happy cat -- but it does make a good spot for a nap.

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Library Kittens

Library kittens having a snackA family of young cats and kittens were making their home around the Pleasant Hill Library. Thanks to one of our volunteers, they have (all but one so far) been trapped and spayed or neutered. They were thought to be feral cats, but once they came into our hands it became immediately apparent that they are not at all feral, just nice cats who need good homes.

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Life is No Longer Rocky

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Anne Zabolio

Rocky, who didn't have a name at the time, was a stray cat living in a field in Round Rock. A kind woman named Angie fed him and one time took a tick off his eye area when he presented it to her. He showed absolutely no aggression, either when she peeled the tick off of him, or at any other time.

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Adopt Now

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Kay Rolfes

OK, so it's going to be hot again today, in the upper 80s. But you know that cooler weather is just around the corner, so get ready now. There's nothing better on a chilly winter day than sitting on your comfy sofa with a good book, a cup of tea, and a couple of purring kitties to cuddle with.

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The Lucky Bunny

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Kay Rolfes

The Lost Bunny was out looking for a little something to nibble on. It was pretty scary hopping around all alone with nothing to eat and no comfortable hutch to rest in. There were dogs around, and foxes, and cats, and hungry coyotes. The Lost Bunny was not a wild rabbit. He was a big fluffy white bunny with cute grey ears and pink eyes. He was definitely not the kind of bunny that should be alone in the woods.

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Wanted Home

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Kali Adams

Fabio

Fabio is FIV+ so he would need to be put into a good home with either no pets, or with other FIV+ kitties. FIV is basically HIV in kitties, so if you treat him well, he will be perfectly fine.

Fabio is loving and friendly. He loves to be held and is very comfortable in your arms. He is like a big blob of jelly, totally relaxed all the time. Fabio is not a rat cat, but rather a family cat.

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Why Adopt from Thundering Paws?

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Kay Rolfes

Save a Life

You know that Thundering Paws is a no-kill facility, so none of our animals are in immediate danger as is the case in some other animal shelters. We are, however, operating at full capacity in order to help as many animals as we can. When you adopt from us, you free up space and resources that we can use to rescue another animal - you save that animal's life.

The Right Cat for You

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Fabulous Fabio

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Anne Zabolio

We feed a managed colony of feral cats in Dripping Springs, but we used to feed two. The second one was at a white house with a historical marker hidden behind bushes on Hwy. 290. There a whole family of spayed and neutered cats ate in an old barn every day.

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