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Jelly Bean   

In shelter Cat

Indianapolis, IN, 46241
Pet name:
Jelly Bean
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Coat length:
Loving big soft tux found at apt complex I feed colonies at. Kitty had been fixed , but no chip. No owner as I posted him many places . He is very curious and very people oriented. He will watch you work in yard thru window and greet you at door coming back in..He loves loves loves his wet food daily. Actually kinda paws his way into demanding it. He also eats grain free dry food... Im looking for a quality  cat savy forever home for this sweet, sweet and oh so deserving of a great home cat... Someone who will be very careful to not let him slip out the  doors ! Hes got a strange ear , the vet said should not be a problem , but should remain  a safe inside kittyKinda like a cauliflower looking ear!... If you are wanting to add that special family member and you know its for life, and you can feed this boy wet food daily please contact me asap to meet this special big boy..... Jelly Bean is waiting to meet you soon. Thanks Jen

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