JASPER (and his sister Onyx) were returned to us because their adopter is moving out of state due to a job relocation and they cannot go with her. These two kittens along with their other three siblings were found abandoned in a cardboard box next to a dumpster back in September of 2016.. Since they have been together since birth and were originally adopted together it is recommended that they stay together because they are bonded and really do depend on one another for comfort and security.
Their birth date is estimated as July 5, 2016 which makes them about 9 months old.. They have lived with older children but because they have never been exposed to younger children, dogs or other cats we are not sure how they would react to these types of surroundings. However because they are still considered kittens they are young enough to where with time and patience they should adapt to a new home environment of any kind..
Jasper is very friendly, sociable and mellow but is more aloof than his sister Onyx, He is not a cuddler but he does like a head rub now and then and will sit in the room near you with his own space in mind. He does funny and silly kitty antics and likes to play hockey with kitten treats.
Jasper is an INDOOR CAT ONLY, tested negative for FELV/FIV, is current on age appropriate vaccines, has been dewormed and has already been neutered .His new owner will be responsible for any and all vet costs after adoption.
For more information on how to make this handsome black feline a part of your life please inquire by one of the three following options:
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The adoption fee for both Jasper and Onyx is only $50.00 (cash or check only).
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