Time to Adopt - Trinity

I'm convinced that the greatest unconditional love is between a pet and its owner. I still remember the day I went to the shelter and adopted my two cats. There are amazing organizations in Austin working day in and day out to support animals in need of adoption, but so many cats and dogs in our city need homes.

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Meet Trinity, the first pet I'm featuring on my blog.

She's a domestic medium hair mix cat, weighing in at 8 lbs. She was born in the winter of 2008 - making her just over 5 years old. She's spayed but has her claws.

Austin Pets Alive offers the opportunity to meet Trinity, and other cats, at various host sites across Town. If you're interested in adopting, I encourage you to visit one of the visitation sites. I've gone and its a great chance to play and give a little love to the animals in need of a home.

If you're not ready to adopt, you can still help out at Austin Pets Alive through donations, volunteering, or running with the dogs on town lake as part of rufftail runners.

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