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Jordan 42706   

In shelter Cat

Cedar Rapids, IA, 52404
Pet name:
Jordan 42706
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Jordan was the mother of five kittens.  She was a very good momma.  She would thrive in a home where she can shine as an only pet.  Jordan loved to lounge in the sun away from her babies just so she can get in a good nap.  She has a hard time picking out a toy to play with, but I am sure now that she doesnt have her babies latching onto her she will enjoy something.  Jordan had a tendency to walk up behind me without my knowledge and would let out a very loud "meow" which scared me to death.  She loves people and always seem to want attention. Jordan is a very sweet girl who will follow me around all day.  She is a very curious about her surroundings. 

Please fill out an adoption application at Once the application is approved, you will be able to meet with the cat you want to see. 
Every year millions of unwanted kittens are born! It might seem that adopting one cat wont make much of a difference, but to this one kitty it would make the DIFFERENCE OF A LIFETIME! It is our goal to help reduce the number of unwanted, homeless pets in our community, all dogs and cats adopted from the Cedar Rapids Animal Care & Control shelter are sterilized prior to leaving our facility thanks to a grant from PetSmart Charities®.


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