If youd like to meet Jordan, please visit our website to review our adoption process and requirements and to schedule an on-site appointment.
Jordan was brought to our rescue as a stray, found with his brothers. Jordan is the last to remain with us and is actively seeking his forever home. Jordan is shy, we cant tell lies - he will need a patient and caring adopter who is willing to give Jordan all the time he needs to feel safe in his new home. Jordans brothers were the same but are now flourishing in their new home (they are in the same home but adopted at different times, how fabulous is that! The adopter was so pleased with how great one brother turned out to be that he came back later for the other.)
Jordan has these fabulous droopy eyes - he melts our hearts with just one look. Hes great with other cats, dogs are an unknown. He hasnt had much interaction with children as its stated above, hes still a little on the shy side so we havent really had too much of an opportunity to see how he does. We think hed be fine with older children who can understand his desire to go slow - toddlers simply wouldnt get that and we suspect they likely rush him, which at least initially, he wouldnt be too thrilled with.
Jordan just needs a chance and we know there is someone out there willing to give him one. Well be patient while that person makes their way to us to adopt him. (But in all honestly, we sure hope it happens soon - he deserves it!)
Jordans DOB is approx. 4/1/2021.
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