Cat | Female | Age: 3 | Domestic Shorthair | Spayed/Neutered | Up-to-date on vaccinations
Jinx has an amazing personality. She’s very talkative, curious, goofy, and once she is comfortable is quick to never leave your side. She loves to be near you just making sure she’s in on the action and she’s always ready to chime in with a chirp or meow. She has become quite the lap cat and loves sleeping and hanging out near you or on you. She loves playing with string toys, springs, balls and will never refuse a cardboard box. She’s a perfect little lady that is so loved and lovable.
She has not lived with other animals but her personality seems like she would be able to share space with other animals. She has been introduced to one cat who she was curious to meet but the other cat was very territorial so we stopped introductions there. But by initial assessment of Jinxs reaction, I would imagine if given the space and time she would be more than happy to share space with other animal friends.
Jinx is spayed/neutered, is up to date on vaccines and has her claws. She has had digestive issues in the past but they have completely resolved since I’ve had her once she has gotten on the right food. She eats exclusively Royal Canin HP dry food and it really works for her.
The ideal home for Jinx would be somewhere stable, she has really thrived in a consistent environment and has blossomed into a beautiful personality. A home with humans that love her and give her the love and attention she deserves would be ideal. Also a home that doesn’t mind a cat that loves to chirp.
Jinx is a black cat with a white spot on her chest. I call her a forever kitten because even as she ages she still so small and has a very cute face.
I have to rehome Jinx because I’m moving out of the country and I’ve tried every possible avenue to keep her. I love this cat and really want her to find a stable and loving home as she is just the perfect little lady.
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