Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat) : : Female (not spayed) : : Baby : : Small
Purr, purr, purr. Hi, my name is Aurora, and I am a beautiful dark brown tabby who was named after the Roman goddess of Sunrise. I was born in August of 2019, and I’ll be forever grateful to the family who found me.
A lady, her husband, and their German Shepherd dog were out walking one morning, and they saw me – just a few weeks old - lying in a grassy area. Nearby, one of my siblings was dead. The dog immediately came to my rescue, and the family took me home and began to bottle feed me. Unfortunately, the family couldn’t keep me and theyt posted on NextDoor that I needed a loving home. That’s when an Animal Allies of Texas volunteer saw the ad and brought me to a foster who was qualified to take care of me. My new foster parents had several cats and foster kittens of their own, and I fit right in. Today, I’m a strong, healthy, playful AND snuggly kitten!
My foster parents enjoy snuggling with me, and the older foster cats have taught me proper kitty manners. After a full day of playtime with my furry friends, I enjoy climbing into bed and falling asleep purring on my foster mom's chest. What a life!
My foster mom believes that it’s now time for me to have a permanent home of my own where I can add joy and comfort to a special family. I would do well in a family with older children and with cats or dogs that are accepting and playful.
Do I sound like a kitty that you would like to meet? If so, please complete an online application and ask for me- Aurora- and a kind volunteer will be in touch with you to setup a meet and greet.
And if you or someone you know would like to make a huge difference in saving cats’ and dogs’ live, please consider becoming a foster parent. We are ALWAYS looking for special people to become qualified Foster Parents. For more information on the Foster Program, please contact us at animalalliesoftexas.org
More about Aurora
Good with Dogs, Good with Cats, Somewhat vocal, Does not require a yard