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In shelter Cat

Oak Forest, IL, 60452
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
FOSTERED IN: Oak Forest, IL 60452
ESTIMATED DOB: 04/29/2022
COLOR/BREED: Tabby Shorthair
KIDS: Likely

Jelly came to us from an underserved area in Louisiana.

Jelly is a curious kitten who always likes to see what is going on.  She loves to join in a kitten wrestling party, run to see what the dogs are barking at, or follow people everywhere they go.  She isn’t always the first to jump in, but prefers to watch what everyone is doing first.  She’s very smart and you can see her studying the room.  She’s energetic without being hyper and enjoys a good nap.  She doesn’t love to be carried or held, but she does like to follow you around and talk to you. 

Jelly is not being fostered with children, but she is a friendly kitten who will do well with any children who are old enough to understand that kittens sometimes play using teeth and claws.  Jelly is great with the resident cats; she plays with the playful cats and respects the ones who aren’t interested.  Jelly is curious about the resident dogs, but doesn’t interact with them.  She would be fine with any gentle dogs who don’t push interaction onto her.

We require that kittens be adopted into homes in pairs (when available) or into a home with another playful, interactive cat so that they have someone to play with to help keep them stimulated and out of mischief.

Interested in adding one of our adoptables to your family? The first step is to fill out our adoption application. More information and our adoption application can be found at


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