I'm being cared for by: Helping Hands Humane Society
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Jay Jay
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
already neutered and declawed.
Jay Jay's Info...
I am already neutered and declawed.
Jay Jay's Story...
Jay Jay's Story...
Hi! My name is JayJay. I came in as an owner surrender. I am a senior cat and I am a special needs cat because I have hyperthyroidism. I will need to take a pill every day for the rest of my life. I will also need to have blood work done on a regular basis to be sure my medication dosage is where it should be. Right now this is every month until we find the dosage that works best for me. Before you consider adopting me please check with your vet to see what is involved and the cost of taking care of me. You could also do some research online to get a better understanding of what Hyperthyroidism is and its symptoms.
When I first meet people I am very shy. It's taken a while with my foster mom for me to feel comfortable roaming around in my room. My foster mom thinks some of this is because when she brought me home I was not feeling good and was skin and bones. I do like to hide if there are any new sounds or changes in my room. I currently have a wire crate in my room with my litter box, food, water, and a bed. When I first moved in with my foster mom this was my safe place and where I would stay unless my foster mom picked me up and gave me some attention. I now just use my crate as a safe place where I can eat, drink and use my litter box. Now I love to get head scratches and tummy rubs and I like to purr when I get attention. I do not like dogs.
When I go to my forever home I will probably be really scared and hide most of the time but with some time I will get over my fears and start roaming around investigating things and love attention.
If you would like to meet me, please contact an adoption counselor and we can set up a meeting. My foster mom would love to tell you all about me and my unique personality.
Primary Color: White Weight: 7.3 Age: 11yrs 8mths 0wks
HHHS has been a permanent part of the Topeka community since its founding May 4, 1938. The organization is incorporated as a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) business for the purpose of sheltering companion animals in need of care, advocating for anti-cruelty protection of animals and promoting humane education and animal welfare issues. HHHS fosters the adoption of companion animals into responsible homes and reunites lost animals with their owners; promotes sterilization of animals to help reduce overpopulation; provides a facility accessible to the general public; serves the community with educational programs addressing animal welfare issues; and maintains a fiscally responsible organization.
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Helping Hands Humane Society 5720 SW 21st Street Topeka, KS 66604 (785) 233-7325 www.hhhstopeka.org email@example.com
Hours of Operation: Hours: Monday - Saturday 11:30am - 6:00 pm, Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 pm on Sunday
*Adoptions end 30 minutes before we close
Our Adoption Process...
The following fees take effect January 1, 2015:
Dog Adoption Fees: Puppy (8wks - 4 months) $250 Dog (5 months - 6 years) $150 Senior Dog (7 years +) $75 High Profile Pet $250 +
Cat Adoption Fees: Kitten (8wks - 4 months) $75 Cat (5 months - 6 years) $50 Senior Cat (7 years +) $25 High Profile Pet $125+
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