Born in 2008, Miss Jackson lost her wonderful home when her owner passed away. This shorthair white and brown lovely lady slept with her previous owner every night and was a wonderful companion. Her owner's family was unable to take Miss Jackson in due to an asthmatic child, so they brought her to Heartland where they knew she's be safe and have a second chance at a loving home. Although Miss Jackson is not a lap cat, she enjoys hanging out with you and being nearby. Once she is comfortable, Miss Jackson will purr and cuddle with you. Like many cats, Miss Jackson does not like tummy rubs. And unlike many cats, Miss Jackson will greet you at the door when you come home. The shelter is a stressful environment for this beautiful cat. Take her home and let her show you just how loving she can be.
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