For more information about Jasper or if you would like to meet him in his foster home, please call Joan at 651-705-6264.
Hola. My name is Jasper! I’m the biggest of my litter, outweighing my sisters by at least a pound. That’s a lot for even a boy kitten! I like canned food, toy mice, and playing with dripping water faucets. That’s right, I’m a heck of a kitten, with a heck of a personality. For the longest time I saw my sisters snuggling in laps, and I didn’t understand it. Until one day, after a long session of playing tag and catch the invisible ball, I was pretty tuckered out and decided to give these things called “Snuggles” a try. OH MY GOSH, that changed my life. I’m a bit more polite about getting snuggles than my sisters, however. I will stand to the side and pat a person’s thigh, asking permission. Then I REALLY like it when I get held like a baby. I will often bring toys to my foster family, and drop them off at their feet. Much to my dismay, they pick it up and throw it across the room! So, naturally, I have to bring it back for them.
I’m a well rounded kitty, and I enjoy exploring and playing when not snuggling. Even if it might be meal time, I sometimes need to finish playing before I am ready to eat. I’ll be a great cat for anyone, and though having a play mate would be cool, I would be a great only cat. Did I mention I also do well with dogs. So, why are you still reading, come and meet me! I’d love to go home with you.
Jasper is a young kitten and needs to be adopted to a home with a young cat or with another young kitten so he has a playmate.
To learn more about this kitten, call Joan at 651-705-6264.
The adoption fee for a kitten is $135. If you adopt a pair of kittens from Feline Rescue, the total adoption fee is $250.
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