Cat Of The Month - September 2017


Jack & Titan are a bonded pair of "brothers" who need to find a home together. Their owner passed away and a relative took them in along with their two other cat siblings. The relative had their own cats and after 2 years, finally resigned that they had too many cats in their house. They hated to give up the cats, but they didn't have any other choice. Jack is a very needy cat. He will walk between your feet, so they shouldn't go to a senior citizen in case they tripped. He loves to talk too! Titan is more laid back and lounges. Both are VERY BIG BOYS. Titan's special need is that he needs a special food. He tends to get urinary blockages so he eats a food to help keep that under control. Both cats can eat the special diet or they can be fed separately. They were both raised with a child and lived peacefully with lots of other cats and one dog. They are between 5 and 7 years old. Titan is front declawed, but Jack is not. We will not adopt them to someone who plans to declaw him because it is a very painful surgery. Most vets will not declaw a cat this age. We have several suggestions how to maintain his claws. These two must be adopted together. They are neutered, dewormed, current on vaccines and microchipped. Their adoption donation is $60 for the pair. As the Cat of the Month, their adoption donation is $60 for the pair. For more information, please email or call/text 402-515-8150.