Maddie
Maddie
Maddie
Maddie
Maddie
Maddie

Status / Details

2019, Adopted

Additional Info

About Maddie

Born ~2017, F, F3 Savannah & Jungle Bob Cross

Special Fee $275

Maddie is a beautiful young lady with light brown soft velvety spotted fur. Her beautiful green eyes will pull you under her spell. Maddie is very much a lap kitty and will sit in your lap as long as you let her. She loves her human and would much rather play with you than other cats. She has the tiniest little meow and uses her voice to say hello and carry on a conversation. Maddie may be happy as an only cat with the right “dedicated” owner who is home a lot of the time. Only experienced homes will be considered for Maddie.

What can you expect if you adopt Maddie? She is an F3 Jungle Bob and Savannah cross. That means one of Maddie’s great grandparents was a wild jungle cat. The domestic Pixie Bob and the wild jungle cat created the Jungle Bob breed. Maddie’s other great grandparent was a Savannah, a cross of between a domestic cat and a Serval.

The Savannah-Jungle Bob Cross is not a cat for everyone or the first-time cat owner. Both breeds are known for their high energy, doglike behavior and full personality. They are affectionate and bond strongly with their owners. Being intelligent cats, they may learn to open drawers, doors, or cabinets, can be taught to fetch, to learn simple to complex commands and taught to walk on a leash. They require patience to live with, so exercise and attention is required or they will create their own fun.

Maddie will come to her new home healthy, spayed, current on vaccinations, FeLV negative and microchipped. She is litter box perfect. Maddie is fostered in West Sacramento.

For more information, contact Maddie’s foster mom Ellen at (916) 743-8324 or email garyreason@gmail.com and send an Adoption Application.


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!