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Mr. Jingles   

In shelter Cat

Austin, Mower County, Minnesota, Unit...
Pet name:
Mr. Jingles
Domestic Short Hair
Mr. Jingles was rescued from the Austin City Pound. He is a playful boy who would be a great addition to a cat-loving family . He prefers people to other pets. We also feel that Mr. Jingles would do best in a home with older children as he can be a rough player and "nippy". Mr. Jingles has been microchipped. As of 2018, Mr. Jingles is about 10 years of age. He is very ready to graduate from MCHS, so come in and meet this guy! To see Mr. Jingles or any of our other cats, go to and complete and submit an application online.  We will get in touch with you to set up a meeting time.  You must be 21 to adopt.  All of our cats have tested neg for feline leukemia, FIV, heartworm, are spayed or neutered, are current on shots and are social cats. Our adoption fee for Mr. Jingles is $50 which will help to cover some of our costs. We adopt to INDOOR homes only. We are located at 101 22 St SE, Austin, MN which is near the intersection of Hwy 218 South and Oakland Ave East. Thanks for checking our website!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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