Meow! My name is Jiminey
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Brown Tabby||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with cats.
Jiminey , strikingly handsome, was found as a stray at a busy intersection in a suburb of Denver. His first year at the shelter was difficult for him. He was labeled a troublemaker when, in fact, he was intimidated and stressed by the other cats. As a result, he acted tough and standoffish.
Fortunately, Jiminey was chosen for the shelter’s TLC program, which pairs shy or unsociable cats one-on-one with volunteers who spend time with them every week.
Sue, Jiminey’s TLC volunteer, has been working with him since 2011, and gives him lots of extra love and attention. She brushes him, talks to him, and gives him lots of love. As a result, Jiminey has become calmer and more social.
He has learned where the food is stored, and relentlessly follows the volunteers who are giving out treats. But if another cat is getting the treats, he will patiently wait for his turn. He also loves to play with laser toys, and gets plenty of exercise during his play sessions the volunteers.
Jiminey would be happy in a quiet home with no other cats.
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The mission of Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue, as a no-kill cat rescue and shelter, is to:
Shelter and care for abandoned, abused and unwanted cats and kittens until permanent homes can be found, encourage responsible pet ownership, educate the public through community outreach, provide trap and release, spay/neuter information and resources to the public.
Established in 1982, the Rocky Mountain Feline Rescue is a non-profit, no-kill cat shelter located in Denver, Colorado. Society staff and volunteers care for approximately 125 homeless and abandoned cats. RMFR receives no government funding and is dependent upon donations from the community and the proceeds from fundraising events.
The shelter is located in an industrial area, less than five miles from Downtown Denver.
Shelter Address: 2390 S. Delaware Street, Denver, CO 80223
Shelter Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday Open Noon - 4 p.m.
Weekend Hours: Saturday & Sunday Open Noon - 5 p.m.
Closed Wednesdays and Major Holidays
Adoption fees are payable by check or cash only--we can not accept credit cards.
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