Domestic Short Hair
  • Young Adult (6 months-2 years)
  • Female
  • Small


Neutered status: Yes

Meet Carolina

Meet Carolina, the sweetest tabby you'll ever meet! She checked herself into HSNBA on November 1st of last year. She was found patiently waiting under a car in the parking lot by one of our employees. Brought inside and immediately everyone fell in love with her. We began our adoption process with Carolina but then she got a very bad upper respiratory infection. She was in need of a foster, but no one would step forward. One of our staff members, Stacie, stepped up and decided to take her home. Stacie was doing all that she could, but the infection moved to fast. It spread to her eyes, causing her to become blind. Her foster family did not give up hope. With a little more TLC, Carolina fought off the infection! She began to get her appetite back, showed her personality more and was healthy enough to get spayed! Now she is ready to find her purrfect home!
Her foster loves her very much but would love it even more if a family would step forward and give this terrific tabby a second chance!
"She is good with other four-legged friends as long as they don't try to play too much with her. She enjoys long naps, ear scratches and exploring cat trees. She may not be able to see, but that is not stopping her! Naps are her FAVORITE past time. Especially in the sun. She loves snacks and is big on lounging on the table. She is litter box trained and does not scratch on furniture! Miss curious is what we call her and she loves to explore!"
Carolina is not here at HSNBA, but if you are interested in meeting with her please visit our website and complete an adoption application!
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I am currently in a foster home and not at HSNBA, if you are interested in meeting me, please contact the nice folks at HSNBA. E-mail HSNBA at, call us at: (830) 629-5287 or stop by and speak with the folks at HSNBA at 3353 Morningside Dr. to get your information sent over to my foster home.