Meet January in person at the Good Home Pet Adoptions Cat Crib! We are located within Beastie Bestie at 751 Franklin Ave. 11238 and welcome visitors on the weekend from 12-5 PM
Age: adult, estimated to be 10 years old
Temperament: easygoing, sweet, enjoys pats, calm, shy (just needs time)
January is named after the month he was found on Long Island, tied up in a garbage bag, thin and extremely unwell. He was brought to an emergency vet clinic where he convalesced for several months from a kidney infection and severe URI. We were fortunate to be able to receive January at Good Home through our wonderful veterinary partner who helped with January's rescue and got him on the road to recovery.
January is a smoky, warm dark gray and cute as a plump button. He is sweet, gentle and unassuming—a shy & quiet fellow who likes to spend his days curled up in bed at Good Home's Cat Crib. As soon as the day starts to wind down, January comes out to claim his spot on a perch overlooking the adoption room. He really enjoys being up high and seems to be a night owl!
January allows some handling and cuddling by people he's acquainted with, but the main things he likes are head kisses and being stroked. He is also on the talkative side and, depending on his mood, is a cat you can chat with :)
While January is faring well in our adoption room, he would probably most enjoy being an only kitty in a quiet home with a patient adopter who is specifically looking for a mellow cat. It takes a little bit of time to get to know January, but once you do, we're sure you'll be as smitten as we are with this sweet and gentle guy!
To adopt January, or for more information, please complete an adoption application on our website or email info [at] goodhomepetadoptions.org.
GOOD HOME is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. All of our cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, SNAP tested and microchipped. Our adoption process includes an application, a conversation, a quick home check, a contract and an adoption fee of $225 (which covers spay/neuter, vaccinations including rabies, SNAP test and a microchip). To find out more about Good Home and how we help local street cats, please visit our website at www.goodhomepetadoptions.org