found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed and up to date with shots.
Jake is a 9-year old orange tabby neutered male cat. He was rescued from euthanasia when we volunteered to adopt him in the waiting room of our veterinarian's office. He had been found by the side of the road, and was scrawny and malnourished, and needed about $300 of vet care. We adopted him, paid the vet bill (our vet cut us some break on the cost since he was happy not to put him down), and took him home. He wouldn't eat voluntarily for the first few days and was scared of us. We had to force-feed him with a dropper. I still remember the first time he grabbed the dropper with both paws and willingly gulped the food. That was after about 3 days of force feeding. He filled out, and for a time was slightly overweight. We lived in apartments for the first 5 years of his life, and he always yearned to go out. When we finally bought a townhouse backing to some woods, we began allowing him to be an outdoor cat as well. He always came back, and we have never had a problem. Now in our single family home, where he is in a development, he does the same, although there is less woodsy areas for him. He has controlled our mole population singlehandedly. He loves face scratches, milk, and is very affectionate. He will solicit affection, and loves real hair brushes. He has claws, and is approximately 10 lbs. His litterbox behavior is PURRfect.
We are looking for a new home for Pom and Jake with great sadness. Our family suffers from severe animal allergy and asthma problems which, with our doctors, we have not been able to overcome. We are heartbroken, but are hopeful that Pom and Jake can find a wonderful new home, hopefully together. As you can see, both animals are fine with children.
For more information on Pom and Jake, please contact Kate via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.