This month’s Adoptable Pet from Jaiya Animal Rescue, a new(ish) group on the block looking to help out stray kitties and puppies.
Age: Approx. 12 weeks
Health: Vaccinated, dewormed and deflead.
Ideal Home: Gets along well with people, children and other cats.
My siblings and I were abandoned in the garden of a compound … why people left us to fend for ourselves? We do not know. We are four siblings (3 boys and 1 girl), with white fur like snow. However, back in the time of our abandonment and life outside in the garden, we were hungry, dirty and sad … we only had each other and some few good people that, from time to time, were leaving us some food to eat in the garden.
One afternoon, while going to the supermarket, my rescuer saw us running and meowing in the garden of the compound. She started to leave food for us every single night. Then, on May 5th, my rescuer catch me while I was eating the food she felt for us … honestly speaking I was very tired, so I did not put any resistance to be caught, however, my siblings run out scared. My rescuer took me to her home … I was so happy to finally have a roof over my head and all the food that I wanted!!! I was purring of happiness!!! Nevertheless … I missed my siblings!
My rescuer took me to the Vet a few days after that … lucky enough I am a healthy boy after all, so I just needed my vaccinations, and my treatments against fleas and parasites. My rescuer decided to call me “Blondie” because I have some light blond fur on the top of my head, while the rest of my body is all white.
At that time I did not know that my rescuer was looking for my brothers every night without success. She was leaving food for them without knowing if they were still there in the garden or still alive. Then, on Saturday May 22th, my rescuer saw my siblings again in the garden and she managed to take the three of them into a card box!
When my rescuer took my siblings to her home, I recognized them immediately!!! My family was finally all together again!!! I was extremely happy!
At the beginning you could tell that I looked different from my three siblings because I was eating properly for quite some time, while they were surviving outside. However, after a short time, we all became equally healthy, beautiful and happy! Now our furs are all white and soft, and we play all the time knowing that we are safe and protected.
See more pictures of Blondie and his siblings here. For more information about adopting Blondie please contact [email protected], or come check him out on Sunday, July 4th, at Papas Bierstube, Shanghai, Hongmei Road 3338, Hongmei Pedestrian Street 22-24 (德国乡村西餐厅上海市闵行区虹梅路3338弄虹梅休闲街), from 11am to 3pm.
JAR is a non-profit small animal rescue group that is committed to protecting and improving the health and welfare of animals through pet health care, education, and the promotion of adoption / foster care as an alternative approach to purchasing animals. We are dedicated to domestic animal population control, promoting pet adoption / fostering and reducing the incidence of abandonment.
Go to http://jarshanghai.wordpress.com/ to learn more.