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In shelter Cat

Ringoes, NJ, 08551
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
In her life prior to Tabbys Place, Jeannie was happy and well-loved, and it shows. She arrived at Tabbys Place in January 2022 with her housemate Frankie when their family could no longer take care of them, and while they got along fine, theyre not two of a kind. Jeannie has taken lifes twists and turns in stride despite her age, however, and has made herself quite comfortable in our Community Room. To be honest, this has made it challenging to take photos of Jeannie. If you try to focus the camera on her, she pops up and glides over to you for some petting. "Lots of nose prints on the lens," is how one of Tabbys Places photographers put it after an hour of trying to get a good pose out of her.

While Frankie occasionally gets overstimulated, that word doesnt appear to be in Jeannies vocabulary. She loves attention - think of her as the hostess at a party who mingles with everyone, a smile never far from her face as she delights in everyones company. Jeannie sometimes can be a little cranky about sharing the attention with other felines, but she would be a wonderful solo cat or live with other laidback cats.

Although she and Frankie lived in the same house, Jeannie can be adopted alone. Shes a healthy senior lady cat with a pretty face *and* a sparkling personality. All she asks for is the best - is that so much to ask? Please give her a look and fill out an application.


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