Meow! My name is Jack
|Breed:||Domestic Shorthair||Color:||Gray Or Blue (Mostly)||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, housetrained, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and not good with cats.
Jack came up as a stray and the homeowner did not want to keep him. A lady that was trapping feral cats, to have them spayed/neutered, brought Jack along to be neutered and vaccinated. It appeared that he only had one eye and was about 3 months old. It turned out that he was much older, but just extremely tiny for his age. His eye was damaged from an upper respiratory infection when he was little. The Vet said that we could either leave the eye as it is or elect to have it removed and the eye socket stitched closed. At this point, we are going to leave the eye alone. Jack has no issues with his eye like it is and is a very happy cat. It does not affect his ability to do all the normal things a cat can do!
Jack is still very small for his age. He is about the size of a 6 month old kitten and he is full grown now.
Jack is a lap cat that enjoys hanging out with his foster family for hours on end. Crinkle balls and string are his favorite action toys. He seems to be intimidated sometimes by other cats, so he would be happiest in a single cat household.
Jack is neutered, up to date on vaccinations, FeLV/FIV negative and microchipped. His adoption fee is $60.
Act quickly to adopt Jack. Pets at this rescue group may be held for only a short time.
Rescue Group Info...
Out Mission statement is below:
FCAP is a volunteer non-profit feral cat advocacy organization that supports non-lethal population of feral and stray cats through a well managed trap-neuter-return program.
FCAP respects the sanctity of life of feral cats. By implementing a trap-neuter-return program the feral cats are able to return to their outside homes under the watchful care of compassionate caregivers, thereby improving their quality of life and reducing the feral cat population.
We also remove kittens and social adults from feral Colonies and put them in our Foster Program and find them forever homes.
some cats are showcased at Petsmart on Wendover in Greensboro. We have adoption fairs every Saturday and sunday at the same Petsmart.
We adopt to Indoor homes only. We have an application process where we check the vet references and a personal reference. If a renter, we require, landlord reference. We do home deliver the cats and the adoption fee is $110 which includes spay/neuter, all age related vaccines, and microchip.
.We serve the Piedmont Triad area in North Carolina. We will deliver cats over a 100 mile radius on a case by case basis.