**Here is what a volunteer had to say about me " He's very dapper and the perfect combination of playful and affectionate. He's a very handsome, mellow guy who loves chin rubs."**
Hello, I'm Jonah, a sweet and playful young man with black and white tuxedo markings. I was found in Pleasant Hill on a country road by a concerned citizen who was kind enough to bring me here to the shelter where I would be safe and cared for. Now that I'm here I'm hoping that it won't take too long for me to find my forever home and I can't wait for that to happen. Being on the streets is difficult at best and I'd be so grateful to be in a real home with people who really want me. If you're thinking about adopting a new kitty then I'd be a great choice, so please come out and meet me! (DO)
All adoptions include: · Spay/Neuter surgery · FeLV tested · FVRCPC vaccine and booster · Microchip and free registration · Free health check at a list of local veterinarians · Free carrier and Cat Collar
We take in only stray and abandoned animals, so we may not have extensive knowledge of their behavior, but we'll do our best to make sure it is a good match.
Our adoptions requirements are: · You must be the registered home owner OR provide landlord approval · All family members must visit your new kitty before finalizing the adoption. · Any dogs in the home must have a current Rabies vaccine and license
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