Jaime is a sweet "kit-teen" who is ready to make your acquaintance. He's been very well socialized and enjoys human and kitty company alike. He's sweet and super cuddly. He enjoys gets pets and playing with the laser pointer. He would be great with another cat or children- as long as he gets attention! He is definitely a social kitten- any time his foster mom has people over, he takes over and is the center of attention! He does great with his brother (Bevers) and his foster home's resident cat Charlie.
If you are interested in meeting Jaime please start by filling out the adoption questionnaire via our website. We require that Jaime be adopted together with his siblings Bevers or that he go into a home that already has another cat. He is fostered in San Francisco.
We make every effort to make the best possible match when placing our cats/kittens with new families. Once you submit an application you will be contacted if the particular cat/kitten you are interested in is a good match for you. Many times kittens have several interested parties and you will be contacted if/when a meeting is appropriate. Each adoptive homes is screened carefully, and a lot of support is given to make sure the adoption is a success.
Wonder Cat Rescue is not a shelter, but a team of caring foster homes and volunteers who open our own homes to needy cats until permanent placement can be found. By adopting a cat from Wonder Cat Rescue, you're making a commitment to provide love, care, and medical treatment for the life of the cat, which can be up to 20 years or more. Adopting a cat is a serious decision, but a very rewarding one!
Jaime, Domestic Short Hair has been shared from Shelter Exchange.
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