Mercy is partial to large kitty toys, especially ones with cat nip. She prefers taking the lead for a snuggle or petting as she can be easily frightened when approached. Once Mercy is comfortable and feels safe in a new environment, she can be very affectionate and will sleep at the foot of your bed. Mercys ideal home is with an individual, couple or family; she is accustomed to being around children. Mercy should do great with other cats and a cat-friendly dog. She is solid black. As of September 2022, Mercy is 7 months old. She is bonded with her littermate Atlee; therefore, prefer the two be adopted together. She looks up to Atlee as her protector!
If interested in meeting this kitty, you can find an online adoption application at https://fjcasp.wufoo.com/forms/adoption-application/ adoption fees cover spay/neuter, vaccinations, wormers and preventatives and range from $50-$70. You can help save a life by fostering a cat for FJCASP. If interested in fostering you can find an online foster application at https://fjcasp.wufoo.com/forms/foster-application
If you would like to donate to help us help the foster parents with food, medications and preventatives you can paypal us at email@example.com or you can donate supplies at the LaundroMutt in Ocean Springs! FJCASP is a 501(c)3, nonprofit and all of your donations are tax deductible!!
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