Hi my name is Jenny. I’m a gorgeous brown tabby with golden eyes. I’m a calm kitten, too. My favorite thing is to be on the top shelf of the highest cat tree gazing outside at the birds and squirrels. I can spend all day doing that except when I’m playing with my brother Parker. He’s more outgoing than me – and usually leaves me alone and goes off to play with the other cats.
It’s taken me time to feel comfortable with my foster mom, but now I can be held and petted. I particularly like to jump on her bed in the mornings, purring real loud for pets and kisses. I like to be picked up and carried around, too. My only thing is that I still get a little scared if there is fast movement or if my foster mom walks too fast in my direction. I will run and hide for a few minutes but come right back out. Those times are getting fewer because I’m getting very brave and trusting.
Parker and I were born outside in an industrial park. We were rescued and brought into foster care. I had a wound on my neck that had to heal before I was ready for adoption. I’m good as new now, fully vetted, and ready to find my forever home. I would love to find a home with cat savvy people who have other cats. That would be my ideal and better yet, it would be great to be adopted with my brother Parker, but that is not necessary if you only want me.
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