This week’s Adoptable Pet from Second Chance Animal Aid, Shanghaiist’s adopted animal charity. From the SCAA:
Jill is an adorable three-month-old brown tabby. She was just a few days old when she and her sister, Jackie, (now adopted) were discovered by two children playing just outside their compound. Their family already consisted of a cat, dog and a new baby, their mother contacted SCAA for help to bottle feed and rehome the kittens.
Unfortunately, the family that found Jill lived in the far suburbs of Shanghai and SCAA couldn’t get the kittens into foster care until the next day. With Jill hungry and the family without formula, the mother suggested that she could share her breast milk. This was an excellent idea as breast milk is much more nutritious than cow’s milk and since one of her three children was only four months old, she had some to spare.
Jill is now four months old and very sociable. She is constantly exploring and fascinated by running water. Jill has had her vaccinations and is ready to find a loving home.
SCAA Monthly Meeting is tonight! Details here. Second Chance Animal Aid (SCAA) is a private, non-profit organization and a community passionate about animals. SCAA promotes pet adoption with twice monthly adoption days and a foster care program (but it is not a shelter). You can help! Adopt a pet, become a foster parent or participate in SCAA’s many great events. Go to www.scaashanghai.org to learn more. Shanghaiist is an official media partner of SCAA.