Inca Could Use A Chill Home.
Welcome to our weekly SPCA of Texas Spotlight post, in which we take a look at some of the “VIP” pets under the SPCA of Texas' watch. What does it mean when a pet earns the “VIP” designation? unfortunately, it means that they've been available for adoption for over 30 days. Let's do what we can to keep their wait from stretching out any longer, OK?
This week we met Inca, the domestic short-hair mix. She's a three year old 14-pound, fat black cat who'd really appreciate a solid snuggle session with you.
Inca has sadly been at the SPCA for about three months now — probably because black cats tend to have a lot of trouble getting adopted as compared to those with more vibrant coloring. Apparently, people have the tendency to overlook black cats.
It's a classic case of cat racism, you guys. And we here at Central Track are so not about that.
In reality, Inca's just like us. She'll do just about anything for a carefree nap or a lazy day in the sun. Plus, she loves people-watching out the window.
Inca came to the SPCA of Texas from the Austin Humane Society without much information about her background. But there seems to be a little scarring around her face, indicating that she didn't come from the most nurturing of homes. Hopefully, her future holds something a little different.
She's very social and has no issues living with other cats or kids. Inca is, basically, super chill. She's low maintenance and knows when it's appropriate to be playful and when it's best to just lounge on the windowsill while you finish that awesome book you've been reading. Also: She's micro chipped, litter box-trained and free of any kitty diseases.
So what are you waiting for? Inca is just lying there, pawing at her favorite feather toy, waiting for you to come take her home.
If you're interested in giving her (or any of the other unbelievably cute animals in need) a forever home, visit spcafindapet.com or call 214-742-7722. The SPCA of Texas headquarters at located at 2400 Lone Star Drive.