Where you’ll find a scratchy box, you’ll find this laid-back cat. Greet her with friendly fingers or provide additional surfaces to rub her face on and Jada will be a friend for life.
She warms up to newcomers easily—her confidence and independence shining through in little time at all. She will quickly settle into a routine of greeting her humans at the door, making adorable sounds during mealtime, and curling up in an available warm lap.
Potential adopters should be comfortable administering medication, but Jada is so gentle once she’s wrapped in a blanket or towel that it won’t take more than a couples minutes a day. Plus, she enjoys being held for a while, which her foster guarantees is “really cute.”
If you’re looking for an easy going roommate who will take care of you just as much as you take care of her, consider offering her your hand (or anything she can scratch her face on).
Jada is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, negative for FeLV/FIV, and $50 to adopt.
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