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They Would Do Best In A Home With Other Quiet, Respectful Animals

Saturday June 1st, 2019, 1:00pm


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Written by Second Chance Animal Rescue:

Jupiter and Papyrus are a bonded pair and must be adopted together.

Jupiter (mother)
Breed: Domestic Short-hair
DOB: June 6, 2015
Sex: Female

Breed: Domestic Short-hair
DOB: March 9, 2016
Sex: Male

Jupiter is mother to Papyrus and Odin. She is a ‘forever-kitten’ at just around 6 lbs. She can be shy at first, but once she’s comfortable with you, she loves her head scritches. She can be nervous of loud noises or fast movements at times. Jupiter had a litter of kittens when she was still a kitten herself and loves to play mommy to other animals that she’s comfortable with. Papyrus is a big boy at around 14 lbs, but he is shy and is very bonded to his mother, Jupiter. If you give him a good cat tunnel or hiding spot that allows him to observe the goings-on, he will be happy to watch you go about your day. Once Papyrus is comfortable with you, he loves to be picked up and cuddled. Both Jupiter and Papyrus have lived in a home with other cats and dogs, but their shyness could lead to them being bullied by other animals. They would do best in a home with other quiet, respectful animals.

Apply to adopt Jupiter and Papyrus today at:

Visit Second Chance Animal Rescue’s website to find more information on how to adopt a pet!

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