I’m a waify little guy, with long legs, gorgeous citrine eyes, and beautiful markings. I’m mostly white, but have a black and white tail and some tabby spots here and there.
I’m an active little guy who likes to run, jump, climb, and play! I’m hoping to find a family who will have time to play with me every day! I have a lot of energy, so I need my daily exercise to tucker me out! If you’re looking to add more than one cat to your family, my littermate and brother, Winston, is also up for adoption. At my foster family’s house, we run, wrestle, and play together all the time! We take naps together, so there’s that too! Winston would be a great companion for me and a source of entertainment, IF you’re interested in adding more than one cat to your family! If not, I’m sure I’d do just fine on my own! Did I mention that I get along great with my foster family’s cats? I’m best friends with one of their younger cats, who I like to wrestle and run with too! I’m all grown and ready to go to my forever home, so….if you’re ready for a fun-loving and friendly feline, then fill out an adoption application today!
Please complete an online adoption application at petpromise.org/adoption-application if you are interested in adopting Jonesy, and a volunteer adoption counselor will contact you.
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