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  • Young Adult
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Golden Tabby
  • Coat Length: long
  • House-Trained: Yes
  • Health: Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered


Daye is a 7-8 year old red tabby doll-faced persian. She is fully vetted (spayed, fiv/felv negative, vaccinated, microchipped, etc), has just had complete bloodwork done (all normal), and is ready for her forever home.

Daye came to us from Kuwait. Her previous owner was having medical issues & was unable to continue caring for her cats.


Valarie is a 1 year old Golden Tabby Persian. She is fully vetted (spayed, fiv/felv vetted, vaccinated, microchipped, etc) and is ready for her forever home.

Valarie came to us from a backyard breeder that was basically a hoarding situation. Which means she was not properly socialized as a tiny baby. She was not exposed to normal things like toys, like consistent attention/affection, or grooming.

This little girl has made great strides in her socialization – canned food & daily interactive wand playtime has started to teach her what it is to be loved & valued is. But whoever adopts Valarie will need to continue working with her, to reinforce that people can be trusted. It will take some time, but I am confident that Valarie will become the sweetheart I see in her.

Valarie LOVES other cats. She would absolutely benefit from having the example of a social cat to follow. Because of this the KITTEN POLICY APPLIES!! This means there must either already be another kitten or young cat (3 yrs & under) in the home. OR you must adopt a second kitten/young adult along with the first. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

Valarie is fine with dogs. Older or no children.

Adoption fee – $325.

If you are interested in adopting Valarie, please submit an adoption application through our website at If you have already applied, please forward your application to us at [email protected] and express interest.

NOTE: We do not ship or transport our cats. All adopters must travel to San Antonio, to the foster home, to pick up their cat(s) in person.

Elizabeth Anderson

Founder & President South Texas Persian Rescue