Jellybean has a solid black coat, a long tail, and an adorable kitten face. He was a lively baby boy who loved to snuggle with his stuffed animals and his people friends from the first moment he arrived at our shelter.
Jellybean was not fully weaned at that time :( Thankfully for him, one of our wonderful foster mothers took him home and enticed him to eat soft milky mush and also supplemented his food intake by bottle- and syringe feeding.
Jellybean was joined a few days in his foster home a few days later by another tiny black female kitten (Crystal) who also had a sad story. Crystal was found in a ditch beside a country road without her mother and also needed a new 'momma' and family... She became the big sister to little Jellybean and they are incredibly bonded with each other.
Their foster mother brought Jellybean and Crystal back to the shelter for updated photos on June 8, 2017, and they are a stunning pair of kitties these days. They have lost their baby fat and are simply beautiful. They will soon be looking for a permanent home (together of course). Jellybean weighed 3.2 lbs that day and is scheduled to be neutered on June 14th.
Jellybean and Crystal will be available for adoption/rescue when they are spayed/neutered, and we feel it would be in their best interest to be adopted as a pair.
Rescue groups may contact our Feline Rescue Coordinator via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). We can usually help with transportation.
Jellybean was neutered on June 14, 2017 and was also given rabies vaccine. He is now available for adoption or rescue. He is very bonded with his foster sister Crystal (who was spayed on June 14th) and we would love for them to be adopted together.
Jellybean & Crystal were both combo tested on August 12, 2017 and are negative for feline leukemia, FIV, and heartworm.
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