top

My name is Jasmine!

Domestic Longhair Cat for adoption in Youngsville, North Carolina - Jasmine
Add me to your favorites

I'm being cared for by:
Purr Partners Feline Rescue

Facts about Jasmine

  • Breed: Domestic Longhair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Long
For adoption fees and more information about our adoption policies, and to complete an adoption application, please go to our website, purrpartners.org.
Jasmine is a gorgeous, super sweet girl who just about lost her life because she was trapped and brought to the shelter and labeled feral. Nothing could be further from the truth! She is a sweetheart and loves, loves, loves to be petted and smooched on. She was terrified in the shelter and her long, beautiful coat was matted down the skin. It was so bad, she could hardly move. She flinched when your hand reached toward her, so we don't believe she had very many good things happen to her in the last few years. But now, the real Jasmine has appeared, and she is a total sweetheart! She loves to be with you and will follow you. If you sit down, she will be right there. We had to have her shaved down, but her beautiful coat is coming back in, and she will be even more of a stunner when it's full again. She will need grooming and brushing daily to keep her looking and feeling her very best.
Jasmine is great with other cats - she is not dominant or aggressive in any way. She just wants to be someone's beloved girl and give them all her love and affection. She deserves a home where someone will love her and care for her for her next 7 lives - and make sure she is always safe. She's not shy and loves to explore and investigate. Sunbathing is a favorite activity, and meal time is the most favored activity of all! She loves, loves, loves her breakfast and dinner, but she is a dainty eater and never messy.

Jasmine shows in every way she knows how that she is happy and grateful to once again be in the house and safe and loved. She has the cutest little meow, and she is gentle and sweet.

Jasmine is FIV+, but that does not affect her ability to live safely with any other cat. It does not affect her lifespan, is not contagious to other cats, dogs, or people, and she is perfectly healthy. She's the complete package - beautiful to look at and beautiful inside as well.

About Purr Partners Feline Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Purr Partners was incorporated in 2009, and we currently save and adopt out around 500 cats and kittens each year. We have no paid employees, and as volunteers, we do this because there is such an overwhelming need for rescue for cats and kittens in North Carolina, and because we care very much about the lives of these forgotten animals. We believe that every furry feline deserves a loving family, and try to make that happen. Our volunteers come from all walks of life, and offer their time and talents to help save lives. We are always looking for new volunteers!

Come Meet Our Pets...

We have three adoption centers: Wake Forest Petsmart, Six Forks Petsmart, and Capital Crossings Petsmart. Our cats and kittens are at the Wake Forest and Six Forks Petsmart all the time, and at Capital Crossings 2 weeks out of the month. We have volunteers available to allow people to meet our rescues every Saturday from 11 - 3 and every Sunday from 12 - 4. We also arrange individual meets and greets when possible and at different times. We do require an approved application before these individual meetings will be set up. These meetings may be at Petsmart or the foster home of the cat or kitten.

Our Adoption Process...

If you are interested in possibly adopting, please go to our website and complete an application. This is not a commitment, but when we receive it, someone will contact you within 24 - 48 hours. The application is the first step in our process. Once you are approved, we can make arrangements for you to meet any of our cats or kittens. If you are not sure which one you might be interested in, we can help you narrow your search!
All our cats and kittens are tested, spayed or neutered, UTD on vaccinations, wormed, and microchipped before adoption.