Juno is adamant about letting dogs she doesn't know get too close to her. She doesn't back off and will swat to teach them who's boss. She has gotten more comfortable with the very respectful dogs in her current foster home and doesn't feel the need to display this behavior anymore. While she is normally mellow and not demanding, she is indeed playful and wants to be "engaged". Her foster home feels she will be happiest in an active home, or at least in a home with someone who isn't away from the house working all day. She'd be great with gentle kids who know how to "be" with a cat and/or with adults who will take the time to interact and play with her. And while she'd do well if she were the only cat in her new home, she may be able to work things out with a confident male cat.
You can check Juno out in this video As you can see, Juno likes to eat. Her current foster home has managed to get down by 1/2 pound or so, but anyone adopting her should continue to feed her only a few times a day in measured amounts.
Juno’s estimated date of birth is 1/4/2013. Her adoption fee of $115 includes her vet exam, rabies and distemper vaccinations, FIV & Feline Leukemia testing (neg), routine deworming, flea control, microchip and spay.
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