Im Jett. Im a large hunk with silky black fur. I look like a small panther. My mommy, Jenny, is a very pretty little girl that was left outside to fend for herself. I and my mom were saved.
Mom is quite sweet and would do well in a calm home. I was rescued when I was a tiny kitten but I was not worked with but I lived inside my entire life. My new foster mommy has been working with me and I have come so far! I love to be petted now. Im still a little shy but I head-butt to get pets. I really enjoy being petted while I eat. It makes me purrrr. I love playing with toys too!
This being said, we love each other very much. Whenever, I am scared, Mommy is right there to let me hide behind her. I am a good deal larger than she is but there you go!... love.
So, you have are used to working with kitties and have a little patience with me, you will have two of the prettiest kitties adoring you every waking moment!
Jett & Jenny
*Discount for two
**The first picture is me and the second is of Jenny - new pictures to come
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