found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
Jemma is a delightful kitten, affectionate and playful. She loooves to be held. She has a bit of a weakness for exploring closets and has been locked in them on more than one occasion! She plays hard and loves to cuddle during her rest periods. Jemma would do very well as an only cat, but enjoys feline company as well. She’s been a little unsure with dogs, but would probably be fine.
Jemma was transferred from the shelter to Toronto Cat Rescue foster care because she was unhappy and losing weight quickly. She has some minor digestive issues (probably due to her immature digestive system), but a special diet and good quality probiotics have worked wonders. Her foster is in the process of transitioning her to regular food -- it’s going very well! Jemma’s rough start means she is a small cat for her age and likely to stay that way. And as everyone knows, good things come in small packages, so please welcome her into your family today!