Listed November 15, 2018
Age: 2 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: 11-25 lbs.
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DescriptionTabby / Domestic Short Hair / Mixed (short coat)
Jewel was born around May in a backyard in El Sobrante. A volunteer was able to catch Jewel, her feral mom and siblings (along with a skunk and opossum) and get them all spayed and neutered. And we were surprised to discover Jewel was a girl! Being a female orange kitty is quite special, as about 80% are usually male. She is lusciously soft, loving, full of purrs and play. She loves to romp with her siblings. She is protective of what’s hers – be it her toy or her living room -- and will let any intruder know it! So she would do best in a home without other animals (except for her siblings), or where there is patience allowing for a slow introduction and adjustment period.
Jewel is especially bonded to her brother Jungle who is also a gorgeous orange Tabby. They are looking to find their forever homes together. Her siblings are Jungle, Whisper and Marshmallow.
Jewel’s upper eyelids did not develop normally after she was born. The condition is called eyelid agenesis. It may not require anything extra in the future, but is something that is being watched for now.
Photos are of Jewel (current and baby), and with brother Jungle.
They will be shown at Petco in Walnut Creek, 1301 S. California 1-4pm Sat & Sun.
CC4C Contact: Gemma, 925 708-8395 (text ok!)
Community Concern for Cats is an all-volunteer rescue organization helping homeless and abandoned cats in Contra Costa County. Learn more about our adoption process, locations, fees, and download an application at http://www.communityconcernforcats.org/adoptions/adoption-process/.
Adoption Fee Details
Kittens (under 1 year of age) are $125 for the first, and $100 for an additional kitten.
Cats (over 1 year of age) are $100 for the first, and $75 for an additional cat.
Senior Cats (from 7-10 years) are $75 each, and over 10 years is $50.
Our adoption fees cover the following:
- FELV (leukemia) testing
- Flea treatment
- FVRCP (distemper) vaccinations
- Any needed medical treatment that was deemed necessary or needed addressing prior to adoption.