Jenna

Status/Details
2018, Adopted
Additional Info

About This Cat

 Adopted by Sylvia (In loving memory of Casey)

Born ~7/22/17, F, Blue British Shorthair Mix

Jenna is a sweet, lovable girl. She has the quiet, laidback personality of a British Shorthair. Her coat is short, but plush. She is as soft as cashmere and a beautiful light gray color with glowing gold eyes.

Her foster mom has owned three British Shorthairs and knows they are wonderful cats. Very attentive to their owners, calm natured and have a cute tiny meow. Their grooming requirements are a good brushing once or twice a week to maintain a lovely coat and remove dead hair so there is minimal shedding. This breed does not mat.

Jenna loves to chase the feather toy on a string, the laser light and sit at the top of her scratching post. She enjoys using the sisal rope to stretch and scratch on. She also likes looking out the window and just being held. Her purr motor starts up quickly. She is a doll!

She has a friend Jasmin, a Maine Coon mix that is a calm kitty too. They get along well and are close to the same age. They would be happy to be adopted together, especially if their new owners work away from home all day. They will keep each other company. Everyone enjoys that!

Are you the perfect home for these treasures? They both came into foster care as kittens not trusting humans. Since then, they have learned to trust humans and have gained confidence because they are together. Both will be a fantastic addition to your family. A priceless pair!

Jenna will come to you spayed, vaccinated, tested and microchipped. She is litterbox perfect and fostered in the Sacramento area.

Contact Laurie at (916) 799-2040 or email lcrystalormsby@gmail.com if you have questions or complete your Adoption Application on this website.  If you are unable to reach Laurie by phone or email, please email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.


NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment.  Why?  This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other.  A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!