This Jade is a lovely shade of orange with slimming tiger stripes. She will need gentleness and nourishment, as she is a bashful feline. She comes from a home where she was not used to people, but her time here at the shelter has helped her to associate people with good things, like pets and treats. Her favorite thing in the world is being brushed and she loves to show off her beautiful ginger coat to the people she trusts. Providing Jade with a calm home, a gentle voice, tempting kitty treats will help her transition peacefully in her new home. Jade wants go home with her buddy Chimichanga (46427085) and you can get two cats for the price of one. Having her friend Chimichanga will help her transition to her new home go smoother. Jade qualifies for the senior-for-senior program, where any person 60 years of age or older can adopt her for free. If you can love and accept Jade for who she is, then stop by and visit her.Lollypop Farm Spirit Cats are like little ninjas in the night. You catch a glimpse of them and then quickly they dart out of view. Why are they like this? We don't always know what a cat's life was like before they were brought to the shelter. They may have had difficult or limited experiences with people. Whatever the reason, some cats are fearful and in need of a special family. Spirit Cats are likely to spend their time hiding and might not like a lot of attention. Visitors may never even see these stealth felines. But one day, when you've earned their trust, they might rest on the couch next to you. Spirit cats can also make great friends for other cats in your home. There are no guarantees. But one thing is certain, these special cats need someone like you to love them, even if it's at a distance. Give a Spirit Cat a home today.An anonymous donor has generously sponsored Jade's adoption fee, so she can go home for free!
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