This is Jasper! Our very sweet Siamese guy who is an older guy just looking for a new forever home. Jasper doesn't ask for much, just some love every now and then and would be perfect for someone who is looking for a calm/mellow lap cat to spend time with. Jasper was found as a stray and brought to us after he had been hanging around a residence for quiet some time with no known owner. He has been very sweet to the staff and really just wants any attention he can get. Jasper is quiet but very outgoing and friendly to anyone who walks up to him. He has been giving his feline distemper vaccine, a simple dewormer and flea medication. He does NOT have a current rabies vaccine and his FIV/FeLV status is unknown at this time.
Jasper will have an adoption fee of $55 which will cover the cost of his feline distemper vaccine, dewormer and flea medication. It does NOT cover the cost of his rabies vaccine or FIV/FeLV test. These additional fees are paid by the adopter directly to the vet clinic at time of pick up.
If you're interested in making this sweet guy a part of your family, contact the shelter staff at 816.439.4791 or stop by to visit with him! To fill out an adoption application for Jasper follow this link http://mo-liberty2.civicplus.com/DocumentCenter/Home/View/193
The animal listed on this page was listed as a courtesy to help find the animal a home. This animal is current on shots, altered (or will be before adoption) and combo tested (if age appropriate); however, T.A.R.A. cannot be held responsible for its medical condition.
This animal is not covered by T.A.R.A.'s policies and procedures or contract. If you are interested in adopting this animal, please contact the person listed on the page. T.A.R.A. representatives may not be able to answer any questions about this animal or its status of availability.
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Adoption fee $55.00.
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