Age: 1 year
Ref Number: 99
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Rehoming – Profile
Jacko came into our care as a stray.
Behaviour observations on site:
Jacko was a little scared when he first came into the cattery environment but was happy to receive some gentle fuss in his carrier. Fast forward a couple of days and he started showing what a sweet boy he is.
Once he trusts you, which doesn’t take long, he’s happy to have lots of fuss and attention, he can be a really affectionate boy, often going up on his back legs to greet your hand when stroking him.
At the moment Jacko doesn’t seem very interested in toys but this may change when he’s settled in a home. At the moment he’s more interested in human company.
Jacko can live with children aged 12+. He needs to be an only pet.
We reserve the right to remove a reserve at any stage of the adoption process if we believe it is in the best interest of the cat.
Jacko is neutered, microchipped, flea and wormed. His second vaccination is due between 19/09/23-25/09/23 at the shelter and the cost is included in the adoption fee.
Jacko has no known medical conditions.
4 weeks free pet insurance included with adoption.
Adopters should consider that previous medical conditions will now not be covered by insurance. Adopters are responsible for the on-going medical costs once the animal has been adopted.