ADOPTED! Pet Adoption | "Mobile Park Changes Pet Rule, Elderly Couple Needs Help With Cats"


William Martin and his companion Mary are in their 80’s. Since 1996, they lived happily at Rockport Mobile Village and acquired several indoor/outdoor cat companions over the years. Each was spayed or neutered and vaccinated regularly. Three months ago, new Village management changed the rule for the number of pets allowed to four and the couple found homes for their cats with other Village residents.

What was a 4-Pet Limit Is Now 2

Devastating news arrived this month that management arbitrarily just lowered the number to two pets.  Mr. Martin is feeling particularly abandoned and alone since Mary must move out for nursing care and most of his kitty companions cannot stay with him or his Village neighbors.  He will be heartbroken if they have to go to Animal Control as they have been faithful companions for him and his wife in their later years.

Can you help this old couple find good homes for their nine kitties?  Here are three loveable companions.  The other six can be viewed on Facebook at

  • Cry Baby, fluffy 3.5 year old male with handsome black markings. Raised from birth and named by their niece who already has two pets and is equally upset about this.
  • Frosty, fluffy 5-year female with striking black and gray tabby stripes and white. Raised from near birth
  • Sugar, 6-year old blue-eyed female with Siamese markings, as sweet as her name.

All are affectionate, sociable, been around dogs and are good with children. Contact Elizabeth Tyson, their daughter, to meet any or all of the cats, at (361)790-4665 or by email at

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