When he first arrived, Jaden was very nervous but quickly learned that the shelter staff only wanted to help take care of him, clean his house and give him yummy food and treats. It did not take him long to start roaming around like he owns the shelter (which he pretty much does). He likes to chase/pounce on toys, and one of his favorite spots to nap is on top of the warm dryer on a comfy cat bed or in the office chairs.
Jaden does need to be an only pet, and be placed into an adult only home. He is definitely a tough guy, and will bully the other cats that are near him if he can get away with it. He sets the rules, but yet he can be a very sweet cat when he is one on one with people. We do think he would like to be an indoor/outdoor cat, and he enjoys spending time on our enclosed cat porch and sitting in windows watching birds. He can be cuddly when he wants to be, but he is an independent type cat that won't bother you too much for attention.
If you are looking for a mature age cat that will keep you company and keep your house rodent free, then consider adopting Jaden. He is already neutered, vaccinated and will also be microchipped prior to adoption. He is one of our Seniors for Seniors adoptable animals, which means he is free to adopt if a senior citizen chooses to adopt a senior age pet. Please contact us if you would like to find out more about Jaden, or stop by and ask to meet him.
An approved adoption application is required to adopt an animal from our Humane Society. Our application form is available on our website or by contacting us for a copy. We accept completed applications via email, postal mail or at our office when you visit. Contact us with any questions, and check our website for more adoption information.
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