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Spayed Female, DSH Brown Tabby

Est. DOB: March 15, 2021


Adoption Fee: $225.00


Does there need to be another friendly cat in the home?

No, will be fine as the only cat

Good with Other Cats?


Good with Dogs?


Good With Children?

Age 13+ recommended

Uses Litter Box?










Do we expect the cat to hide in a new home?



Hello! I’m Junifer, or Junie for short. My foster human tells me I am the sweetest girl. Maybe it’s because I looooove to be petted, and to have belly rubs, and to have sweet nothings whispered to me (like how special I am). I am shy at first, but if you give me some time to learn that I can trust you, I will be so happy to become your best friend.


Foster Notes: Junifer really is such a lovely girl! She has been a very easy foster cat to take care of. The first several days she was very scared, but since then she has blossomed. Now, as soon as we go into her room, she usually invites us over to the chair or bed as an invitation to a good petting and belly rub session. She isn’t yet a fan of being picked up or held (she will squirm her way out of our arms) but will happily smoosh herself against us, soaking in the petting for as long as we’re willing to pet her for, while purring and purring. And, her playful side is coming out now – we can hear her batting around toys at night, and she’s starting to play with a wand toy as well. Her playful side sometimes gets expressed as wanting to play with a hand while having her belly rubbed, which isn’t particularly pleasant when it involves claws! So when she does that we just say “ouch” and withdraw the hand for a brief while (which she doesn’t like, because she loves to be petted); then we go back to petting her. (This does seem to be purely playful and she’s relatively gentle in this playful hand grab – she hasn’t been a “spicy” cat whatsoever.) She is also good at spending time quietly by herself in her room, so it’s fine if her new family works outside of the home or lives in a small apartment. She tends to get nervous at changes in her environment, so for example she may be the type of cat who hides when visitors come over and when groceries are brought in. Because of her fear of being in a new place with new people, we strongly recommend keeping her in one room for the first few weeks, if possible before giving her the run of the house, and ideally the room would not have deep hiding spots like in a closet or under the bed. She previously lived with big dogs and other cats, so a home with cats and/or dogs should be fine, with a gradual introduction to the other pets in the home. A home without children under the age of 10 would be best (children could be younger if they’re on the more mature side), just because of her nervousness at first and the occasional playful hand grabs during belly rubs. She was spayed several weeks ago and is now all healed up, ready to find her new home.


ADOPTION FEE: The adoption fee is $225.00 (which includes a health check, first vaccination in a series and any that become due while in care, first anti-parasite treatments needed in care, spay or neuter and microchip at our Veterinary partner). There is a 10% discount when you adopt 2 cats/kittens. The adopter will be responsible for any vaccine or boosters, anti-parasite treatments that are needed after adoption. Kittens usually need 3 vaccines, one month apart starting at age 7 weeks. Juveniles and Adult cats usually require 2 vaccines one month apart in the first year, then annual vaccines. Deworming is recommended at the time of each vaccine appointment. If you are intending to adopt, please be aware that your Veterinary clinic may be experiencing backlogs in scheduling appointments, so do not delay calling your clinic to book your new cat's needed booster appointment(s). Please note that cats are not tested for FIV/FeLV nor can FIP be predicted. We will share any medical information gathered during our health checks and observations revealed during their time in care. But it is important to know that some illnesses can have an incubation period of 10 days, which means that a cat can leave in good health but get sick a few days post adoption. In addition, the stress of a new environment can affect a cats’ immune system.


APPLICATION NOTE: The application for this cat/kitten may close quickly depending on the number of applications received. As our goal is to find the best match based on the cat(s) needs, only those chosen for a meet-and-greet will be contacted via email. If you are interested in meeting one of our fosters, please visit complete the Adoption Interest Application.


Once your completed application is received and reviewed, our Adoption Coordinator will be in contact within 24-48hrs. If you have not heard from us in this time period please check your SPAM folder. Sometimes our emails end up there.

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