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My name is Jack 'Pretty Boy'!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Jack 'Pretty Boy'
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Jack 'Pretty Boy'
Photo 2 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Jack 'Pretty Boy'
Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Jack 'Pretty Boy'
Photo 4 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St Paul, Minnesota - Jack 'Pretty Boy'
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Twin Cities Pet Rescue

Facts about Jack 'Pretty Boy'

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Orange Or Red
  • Age: Unknown
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10117800
  • Hair: Unknown

AGE: about 2 years as of April 2017

ABOUT ME:  Hi. I’m Jack, but people call me “Pretty Boy” because I will win you over with my handsome good looks. I’m about twelve pounds and about two years old, but I still have my playful kitten moments. Mostly, I’m lazy though. I love to sleep. Sometimes I sleep on the pillow next to my foster mom. Other times sleep sprawled on the couch with my legs in the air. Oh, I’m so cute!

I was found as a stray and have feline leukemia, which likely means I have a limited
lifespan. I will appreciate every day I have with you! Most cats with this disease are
euthanized, but thankfully Twin Cities Pet Rescue took me in and is giving me a
chance at finding a forever home. My perfect family will have me as their only pet. I
haven’t spent time around dogs or children. They also won’t take me on car rides
because I get really scared.

I am very quiet. My foster mom has only heard me meow a few times. But boy do I
come running when I hear the treat bag crinkle! I am a sweet cat—I even know how to
give kisses—and I just want a chance to spend what time I have left with someone who
will love me and whom I can love. Will you be that person? Apply to adopt me today.

Click here to view a cute video of me playing! 

As mentioned, I did test positive for Feline Leukemia.   But I can still live a great life and be the best companion to you!   You can learn more about FeLV at

http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/Health_Information/brochure_felv.cfm

MORE ABOUT ME: I'm spayed/neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated appropriately for my age.  I tested negative for FIV but positive for FelV. 

ADOPTION FEE:  Due to Jack's Feline Leukemia positive status, he has a reduced adoption fee of $25 plus tax

MEET ME/ADOPT ME: If you’d like to arrange a meeting or begin the adoption process, please fill out an adoption application by visiting www.twincitiespetrescue.org/adopt/adopt-a-cat/. A volunteer from Twin Cities Pet Rescue will contact you once your application is reviewed.

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED!!! Twin Cities Pet Rescue is a volunteer-run, foster home-based organization. We can only rescue as many animals as available foster homes. Please consider saving the life of an animal in need and become a volunteer foster home today. To become a foster, fill out a dog or cat foster application on the Twin Cities Pet Rescue website: www.twincitiespetrescue.org. There is little to no cost to foster an animal. Twin Cities Pet Rescue provides its foster families with food, supplies, and veterinary care for its animals. All you need to do is supply the love!

PLEASE NOTE: Twin Cities Pet Rescue does not adopt to homes further than 60 miles from the Minneapolis/St. Paul Metro Area.



About Twin Cities Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Twin Cities Pet Rescue (TCPR) is a small, 501c3 nonprofit, companion animal rescue organization. TCPR does not have a facility and is 100% foster-based. TCPR rescues dogs, cats and small animals of all breeds; rescuing them from city impounds, puppy mills, and other situations of abuse and neglect. Once rescued, all animals receive veterinary care ranging from spay/neuter, vaccines, microchips, and basic testing to specialty eye surgeries, pet dermatology care, and various other specialty treatments. Once an animal is rescued by TCPR, it remains in a foster home until adopted, no matter how long that might take.
TCPR often rescues animals that are considered “less adoptable” by other rescue organizations, as they are often the ones overlooked and truly left behind; and in need of the most help. These animals might be overlooked due to their age, health status, special needs or breed. TCPR works to help as many animals in need find their furever families as we can, especially helping those animals that need help most.

Our Adoption Process...

All adopters complete an adoption application. If approved, we arrange a meet and greet. Cats and small animals can be adopted and go home at the time of the meet and greet after the adoption agreement is complete and adoption fee collected (which is variable based on animal type, etc). For dogs, we complete home visits and then finalize the adoption.