found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, not good with kids, not good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Every morning, I get up and put fresh food in Jelly Bean’s bowl. Instead of rushing toward it, she stares at me with utter awe. It makes my world stop and my heart melt.
Jelly Bean is small, sweet, and loves to jump after balls. Hence, the name.
That said, when it comes to ball hockey and slap shots, she’s wicked! She also cheats. She’s not above scooping balls up with her two paws and placing them in her net (the space at the bottom of my dresser has become an attacking zone).
She’s made me laugh aloud.
What truly surprises me about this little sweetheart is her resilience. She was left to fend for herself as a kitten. She was pregnant more than once. Then, she was caged for 5 months and she wasn’t even two years old!
Despite all the joy she exudes – and gives – her trauma is evident in that she’s terrified of touch. She actually cringes if you put your hand toward her (I suspect she went through harrowing abuse). It’s heartbreaking. In addition, she occasionally yowls at night (though that's become so much better!).
Jelly Bean is the sweetest, funniest little bit, but she needs a patient adopter – a constant companion who accepts her as she is. It’s not easy. It’s hard not to touch a little pet that's so full of happiness and love. Hopefully in time, that’ll change. But there’s no guarantee. What I can promise is that she’ll break your heart while making it bigger than you imagined.
Oh, and she comes with 24 super balls!
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