Jasmine has a gray short smooth coat, a long tail, and a beautiful face with a gray button nose and large golden eyes. She was a frightened kitty when she first entered our shelter and was placed in a small cage by herself (and who could blame her?). Jasmine surely missed the freedom of being in her own home.
Jasmine was given vaccinations, wormer, and Revolution flea treatment on May 6, 2017. She weighed 7.4 lbs. on that date and has likely gained a little weight since then. Jasmine has already been spayed so she could leave the shelter immediately with an approved adoption application. She is also available for foster or rescue.
Jasmine is currently sharing a large tower in our lobby with Raven (who shared her previous home). They are usually snuggled up close to each other in their comfy plush bed. Jasmine loves to 'photobomb' when we take pictures of the girls :)
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