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Jet (w/Willow)   

In shelter Cat

Orange City, FL, 32763
Pet name:
Jet (w/Willow)
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Jet showed up a couple years ago, skinny, starving, and full of fleas. He was confident and friendly from day one. We took him in right away, and he’s been super happy ever since. He’s a healthy big boy now, with a shiny black coat. He’s got an unusual narrow face and gold eyes. A people kitty, he is very inquisitive, loves attention, and loves to sleep at the foot of the bed. He would have us brush and scratch him all day if he could. Jet is one of our indoor/outdoor cats, he loves rolling in the grass and sleeping in the sun. He’s got all our neighbors charmed too. We would hate to deprive him of his outdoor experience, so we’d like to find a home with at least a screened in porch or sunroom, but ideally with a nice backyard. Willow, on the other hand is very happy living indoors.

Willow is a sweet, beautiful young kitty. She has silky soft black, medium length hair. She’s about three years old, and she had a few litters of kittens before we rescued her and brought her inside. Though she was a little skittish at first, she has really warmed up, and loves to be petted and brushed. She is not a big fan of being picked up, but she will stand up like a little pony when she gets pets. She comes to us when we call her and gets very excited when she knows she’s going to get attention.

A permanent homeowner as opposed to a renter would be ideal for Jet and Willow. If Jet is to be outdoors, a home safe from Coyotes and busy streets is a necessity.

No dogs, preferably no other cats.

Love us and we will love you back. Won’t you adopt us? My human friends will deliver us to you!


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