Age: 2-4 yrs
Reason for surrender:
Animal ID#: 31488350
Cat • Domestic Short Hair • Adult • Male • Medium. Approximately 2 to 4 years old
Project MEOW of West Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA
Personality Type: Part-time Lover: wants to be in the same room but gimme some space!
Snaggle-toothed Jackson has a strong predatory instinct and would definitely keep your home free of mice. He would be happier if he could be an indoor-outdoor cat or at live in a large house. He is very sociable and is usually close by his foster mom. He is curious about everything she does, and he loves to play.
Some time ago when he was alone on the streets, his jaw was broken (ouch!). It healed in a lopsided way, but his teeth are stable, don't cause him pain, and he has no problem eating both dry and canned food.
He is a very smart cat with a lot of character. Jackson's close-mouthed vocalizations are quite expressive. He likes to announce when he is in the same room with you and when he wants attention. Would you like to share your life with this amusing and companionable cat?
Jackson is neutered, FeLV and FIV negative, current on shots, treated for fleas and worms, microchipped and is litter box trained.
Application fee: $50.00
To adopt please complete and return a PAWS adoption application to ProjectMEOWAdoptions@gmail.com or mail it to us at PO Box 32078, Philadelphia, PA 19146. The adoption application is available at the Baltimore Pet Shoppe, or online at direct link at http://tinyurl.com/PMAdoptionAppFor additional information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please use my number A31488350 when applying to adopt this cat.
This cat is being fostered through the partnership of Project Meow and PAWS.
Project MEOW is a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization and is dedicated to saving the lives of West Philadelphia's homeless, abandoned and unwanted animals.
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MORE ABOUT JACKSON
House trained • Spayed/Neutered • Current on vaccinations • Prefers a home without: Dogs, Cats and Young Children • Primary Color(s): Gray, Blue or Silver • Secondary Color(s): White • Coat Length: Short
Current location: Foster care (this pet is not at the shelter)
(posted by ST on 8-27-16)
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