I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
I'm a beautiful black cat named Jess. I was abandoned at Friends of Homeless Animals with my kitten -- just left right there in the driveway, my baby and me. My goodness, what a thought! Well, at least I was left at FOHA where my baby and I would be safe! My kitten was adopted, but I'm still waiting to find my forever home. That's often the case, you see -- folks want to adopt those cute little kittens. But cute kittens grow up to be adult cats -- just like me. We moms tend to wait longer to find our forever homes. I'm not sure why that is. We're just as loving and affectionate as a youngster, if not more so. We adults are ever so appreciative of a loving home because, frankly, we remember what the alternative is! Now, I'm not jealous of cute kittens like my little one. I'm just wondering when it's going to be my turn. I'm so fortunate that while I wait, I have all the shelter, food, and good care that I need here at FOHA. In fact, I must admit that I have hearty helpings of the all-you-can-eat buffet -- and I've put on a few pounds. In fact, I'm one of the larger cats here in the communal living cattery -- all the better to see me, right? You certainly can't overlook a cat as large, lovely, and distinctive as me. I enjoy love and cuddles, snuggles and pets. I don't particularly enjoy having my picture taken. Whenever the camera comes out, I'm even more inclined to look for lovin'. I'll head-butt your hand if it's holding the camera. I'll sit on your lap, far too close to the lens. I'll decide that whenever you're holding that silver box with the flash, that's exactly the time I need to clean myself.
For more information about adopting Jess, call 703-385-0224 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.