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Name: Piper
ID: 46354295
Breed: Domestic Shorthair / Mix
Gender: Spayed Female
Age: 10 years 2 months
Size: Small
Location: Foster
ABOUT ME: Hi there, I'm Piper - a pretty curious gal! I came here in rough shape with some tummy problems and was a bit cranky, but now that the vets fixed me up I'm much happier! I like to follow my human friends around and rub up on their legs to ask for pets.

KIDS: If they are calm and quiet, I'm happy to hang with them - but loud and excitable kiddos are too much for me and I'll probably hide.

What makes fostering this pet easy? : She is really the sweetest, cutest cat! I wish I could keep her for longer but there are some family and personal issues going on right now and I need to move cities and focus on that. Her fur is so soft and she just wants pets all the time! I have her toys dispersed around my place and as she's felt more comfortable here, I can hear her in the next room playing with the ball with a bell inside or one of the little mouse toys. I bought a cat brush and she LOVES to be brushed. I also tried to initiate play by buying a toy where a string dangles a toy down, and she likes to play with that toy!
-Foster Mom

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Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center
2400 Lone Star Dr.
Dallas, TX 75212

Russell H. Perry Animal Care Center
8411 Stacy Road/FM 720
McKinney, TX 75070

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The SPCA of Texas completes rigorous medical and behavioral testing on every animal in our care. The organization fully discloses all known medical and/or behavioral conditions, including any incidents of biting or violent behavior toward a human, to all adopters and fosters. Despite the rigorous testing our veterinary and behavioral professionals conduct throughout every animal’s stay in our facilities, other new and/or unknown medical and/or behavioral conditions may manifest in any animal at any time. By adopting or fostering an animal from the SPCA of Texas, adopters and fosters acknowledge at the time of adoption or fostering that they may receive an animal with an undetected medical and/or behavioral condition and/or that a new medical and/or behavioral condition may appear at any time in the future. Any pet adopted from the SPCA of Texas can be returned to us at any time for any reason at no cost.
Adoption Fees
Adoption fees vary based on the age of the animal. We offer special promotions and discounts throughout the year.

Adult dogs: $75
ages 6 months and older

Puppies: $150
younger than 6 months

Adult cats: $75
ages 6 months and older

Kittens: $150
younger than 6 months