This gorgeous girl was living outside for the past year or so, with a colony of cats we believe were abandoned by a breeder (all beautiful long-haired ragdoll mixes). The colony eventually needed to be relocated due to a very dangerous situation with threats of poisoning :(. Jackie was the only one we could not trap, and so she remained...until one day when she started brushing up against her feeder, and even allowed her to pick her up. She followed her down the block, meowing the entire time...we think she was saying please take me home, I'm friendly! I'm friendly! And she really really is, a very sweet, gentle, friendly kitty (and did we mention how beautiful she is) who does not want to spend another winter out in the cold. At the vet she purred and snuggled and rolled over for belly rubs. She is warm and inside with a foster now, and looking for a forever home. Don't you want some snuggle time with Jackie?
We are a support group for TNR and animal rescue. We support the stray and feral cat community through fundraising and advocating on social media, caretaking several colonies, and finding good homes for adoptable cats.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We do not have a shelter, all of our animals are fostered. We do adoption events every Sunday in Jersey City from noon to 5 pm at Jersey Tails Pet Supplied, 169 Christopher Columbus Drive. If you are interested in one of our cats we can make sure that cat will be there on Sunday or we will make arrangements with the foster for a meeting. We are very active on Facebook and post our pets regularly with updates, photos, and videos.
Our Adoption Process...
Fees: Cats $125 or $200 for 2 cats adopted together. Initial adoption application is required with 3 references and a vet reference. All references are checked and we do a home check as well. If all goes well, an adoption contract is signed.
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