Jupiter Is Looking For A Forever Home

Saturday October 12th, 2019

Posted at 12:00pm


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Written by the Windsor-Essex Humane Society:


4 years old


Despite his name, Jupiter isn’t an giant among the cat population here and he doesn’t have a big red spot either. He’s not overly fond of heights so that rules out being the god of the sky. He’s actually quite a timid cat who’s more likely to be found under something when he’s scared than somewhere up high. New surroundings, new people, new noises are really scary to him, even if they’re not loud, so he’ll need a bit of time to adjust and feel secure. He may not look for you but he will allow you to pet him once he’s had a chance to sniff your hand and check you out. Then the purring will begin! Jupiter will do best in a calm quiet home.

Visit the Humane Society’s website to find more information on how to adopt a pet!

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