Up for adoption


PHOTO COURTESY CASCA

Hi there! My name is JP and I’m a beautiful orange and white male. I was born July 26, 2016 and I’m told that I have the most beautiful blue eyes. I don't have a mean bone in my body. I’m a cat who went through TNR (Trap-neuter-release) and no one can understand why I was released. I am such a nice, gentle soul. I survived on the streets for a while. I eventually found a nice lady who fed me in her tempo. She even made a shelter for me in there. Life was not bad, food and protection from the wind and snow but I was lonely and cold and I had to protect my bowl of food and my tempo shelter.

My foster mom says, “I never heard him hiss, use his claws or growl at anyone or any other animals.” I am still cautious and may run and hide at first but once I am comfortable with you, I love attention and will immediately begin to purr and rub against you and lie any way I can on you. I am not aggressive with the other cats in my foster home; I pass by them as if they weren't even there. I have a warm, safe place to sleep and a full bowl of food. I am living large!

I do get lonely when you leave and will sometimes meow but I’m getting used to the routine. I love to be held but am not yet fully used to human contact. I might not do well at this point with young children or dogs. I need more of a quiet place where I will be able to come out of my shell. I am not easily spooked with noise, I just kind of freeze and hope nothing bad happens to me. I am vaccinated and neutered, and I tested positive for FIV. I am healthy as can be right now and can live a full, happy life. I was dealt a bad hand at first but now things have turned around and I look forward to finding my forever human!

For more information on JP, contact Casca at cascavaudreuil@outlook.com.

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