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In shelter Cat

San Antonio, TX, 78204
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Gray / Blue / Silver
Jesse and his 3 sisters were found in a warehouse, likely dumped there as they had no mom with them yet were socialized to people. 

One of Jesses eye was badly damaged, and after treatment failed and it became swollen and obviously painful, the vet decided that it had to be removed. Up to that point, Jesse had not been nearly as active as his sisters, nor had he eaten well, though all his tests came back normal. Undoubtedly, his painful eye was holding him back! 

Once his eye was removed and he had a couple of days to recover from surgery, the real Jesse has come out! Hes now an enthusiastic eater and is filling out. He likes to play with toys, especially those that dangle and are meant to be chased. Having one eye doesnt slow down his ability to chase and pounce! He is also a purr machine, and also enjoys lying on a persons lap (or stomach or chest if youre lying down) and lulling you with his purrs.

He is willing to make friends with other cats and dogs if they are willing to be friends with him! He would absolutely enjoy another cat to play with.


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