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My name is Junior and Jojo!

Facts about me

Domestic Shorthair
Gray, Blue or Silver Tabby
Pet ID
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Junior and Jojo
Jojo is a female cat with huge golden eyes with hints of green. She has a soft, all gray coat with brown on her underbelly and lighter gray stripes. She meows when she wants attention and when she's happy. Junior also greener eyes, but he has huge pupils, so he always looks surprised. He has a primarily gray coat, white paws, white under his chin, and lighter grays on his underbelly.

Junior is such a polite cat; he loves to just sit next to you in your chair or curl up next to your legs. He is very shy at first but once he is comfortable, he is the cuddliest cat. Jojo is such an energetic, playful cat. She loves chasing things and exploring on her own. When she is ready for attention, she will come up to you meowing. She loves to lay on your chest or in your lap.

Jojo absolutely loves to play fetch! Her favorite toy is just a mylar ball and she will chase it for days. She'll even bring it to you when she wants to play. Junior prefers foam or sponge balls, as he likes to swat them around like a soccer ball. They both grew up around other cats, so they love to play.

Junior and Jojo are brother and sister. We had taken in a friendly neighborhood cat and later found out she was pregnant. They were raised around other cats, but they are ready to find their own homes.

Our adoption fees are $125 for one, $200 for 2, and cover the spay/neuter, age-appropriate shots, microchip, combo test, deworming, and collar and ID tag.

We require our adopters are 21 years old or older, keep the cat inside only (unless on a leash/harness or in a catio), and do not declaw.

Texas Pawprints Cat & Kitten Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
Dallas, TX 75360

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

We ask all potential adopters to complete an application/contract. Next, we interview all potential adopters. We ask about previous pets owned, if all family members want to adopt, and the conditions in which the animal will live. Generally we will not finalize an adoption if the animal will be allowed outdoors unsupervised, or if all family members do not agree to the adoption. We also discourage declawing of cats. Our adoption fee is $125 for one cat or $200 for two and covers a test for FIV and feline leukemia, at least one vaccination, a microchip, collar and tag, and a spay or neuter surgery. All pets are wormed and vaccinated.

Go meet their pets

We hold adoption events every Sunday afternoon at the PetSmart on Greenville Ave just north of Lovers Lane in Dallas. Please check out our Facebook page or call/text 214-912-2573 to find out when our next adoption event will be held. If you're not able to visit an adoption event, send us an email and we can arrange to meet you at a local business or your vet's office. Email for weekend adoption event starting times.

More about this rescue

Our group's founders came from other cat rescue groups as we wanted to accept the cats others would not accept; older animals, injured, FIV positive and black cats/kittens. We also assist with TNR and have several traps to loan. We are small and informal, and always welcome new volunteers in any capacity.