FOSTERED IN: Adoption Center - Frankfort, IL 60423
ESTIMATED DOB: August 2020
COLOR/BREED: Munchkin, white
It may be hard to believe, but Jarvis was found as a stray in Louisiana. No one came to claim this adorable Munchkin boy, so he was transferred to our program. He was put into foster care with Astrid and became bonded to her, therefore, they must be adopted together.
Jarvis is a silly, playful guy who is sure to entertain you for hours on end - although it may be from a distance. You see, Jarvis is a bit shy at first, and takes a while to settle into his new environment and to trust the people that live there. Luckily, he has gained some much needed confidence from his bonded buddy, Astrid, and is much more brave interacting with people when he sees her being social with humans. This active, energetic boy can often be found playing with toys or wrestling with Astrid.
Once he gets to know you, Jarvis will tolerate being petted gently, but on his terms when he’s in the mood. Once he tires of the attention, he’ll simply move away from you or nibble/paw at your hands to tell you to go away. He does not like to be picked up or restrained in any way, and due to his sensitive nature, we do not recommend him for a home with children or other pets.
Interested in adding this one-of-a-kind guy and his pal Astrid to your family? The first step is to fill out our adoption application. More information and our adoption application can be found at www.luluslockerrescue.org.
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