My name is Jupitor Jones!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Indianapolis, Indiana - Jupitor Jones
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I'm being cared for by:
Cats Haven, Ltd

Facts about Jupitor Jones

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short
Jupiter Jones has no vision, but wants to cuddle. Shy, will need an understanding adopter.
Fully vetted. He will need as adopter experienced in caring for a blind cat.

Like some blind cats - he does not always hit the litter box when urinating, we have put piddle pads under the litter box --- an experienced adopter will be required.

Cats Haven does not allow declawing.

About Cats Haven, Ltd

About Our Shelter...

Cats Haven started nearly 30 yrs ago because there was a need for special needs kitties or senior cats to have a place to go to

We are a 502c3 organization

All kitties in our care are tested for felv/fiv, vaccinated, given any vet care they may need ie: a broken leg fixed, etc before being offered for adoption. Also, the cats/kittens are spayed or neutered before they go up for adoption

We have normal (as normal as a kitty can be) as well as the special need cat/kitten They live in a home environment: in foster homes or at the main shelter house This way we can tell you if the cat will tolerate dogs, other cats, is loving or shy

Come Meet Our Pets...

Call the shelter house to get info on where the kitties are being fostered:317-925-7001.

Since we deal mainly with special need cats, rarely do we have kittens readily available for adoption

Our Adoption Process...

The adoption fee is $50 dollars for any cat/kitten under 5 yrs of age The fee for kitties over 5 yrs of age is $40 dollars We do require a contract to be signed, note/copy of lease from landlord if you rent to make sure pets are allowed If you are interested in a special needs cat/kitten that has to have special nursing or care, the caretaker will also have to talk to your vet to make sure you can care for the cat/kitten