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NAME:
Jazzie and Julie: Courtesy Post
ID:
1019CP
GENDER:
Female
BREED:
Domestic Short Hair
COLOR:
Tabby
AGE:
7 years 1 month.
Julie is white grey and gold. She can be shy, but she is more curious than anything. She also is affectionate, but she doesn't really like being held, though she will tolerate it for a while if I insist. She is sensitive to my feelings and always comforts me. She is a 7 years young calico who has never been separated from her sister, who I adopted with her. They are a bonded pair and should not be separated. They were born from the same litter and were rescued from a hoarder’s home. If she is afraid and feels trapped, she will swat. She has never bitten me, but she has swatted at me once in the time I have had her. She tolerates children as long as they do not get too close to her. She will let them pet her if you hold her and comfort her. She is not afraid of them but cautious around them. Like her sister, she has a fear of plastic bags. Jazzie is a long-haired grey shy kitty. She is literally afraid of everything and everyone, especially plastic bags. However, once she warms up, she is the most affectionate. She loves being held and carried around and receiving lots of pets. Sometimes she even likes her belly to be rubbed. If she is afraid and feels trapped, she will swat but she has never bitten or swatted at me. She tolerates children as long as they are not rough. Julie is white, grey, and gold. She can be shy, but she is more curious than anything. She also is affectionate, but she doesn't really like being held, though she will tolerate it for a while if I insist. She is sensitive to my feelings and always comforts me. She has never bitten me, but she has swatted at me once in 7 years I have had her. She tolerates children as long as they do not get too close to her. She will let them pet her if you hold her and comfort her. She is not afraid of them but cautious around them. Like her sister she has a fear of plastic bags. They are 7 years young calicos who have never been separated from each other. They are a bonded pair and should not be separated. They were born from the same litter and were rescued from a hoarder’s home. They are both spayed and very loving. They are used to being left alone during the day due to my work schedule and I have left them home alone a few days at a time when I go away. Julie tends to over eat at times so a timed auto feeder would do her well. A little background on why they must be rehomed. Last year I moved in with my sister after her husband passed away unexpectedly to help with her 2 small children. Unfortunately, due to her having severe asthma and allergies to the kitties, she has been hospitalized multiple times. I have been procrastinating rehoming my fur babies because I love them so much, but my sister still needs my help with the children. Her last time in the hospital the doctor told her she must rehome the cats. If you’re interested in meeting Jazzie and Julie, please contact me either via email at: [email protected] or on my cell at 347.350.0010 (text messages only).