Tessa

Status/Details
2019, Adopted
About This Cat

Born ~5/16/18, F, Brown Spotted Tabby, Savannah-Jungle Bob Cross

Special Fee $275

Tessa is an absolutely stunning girl with the most beautiful soft fur and gold/green eyes. She is a very sweet kitty and loves pets and interaction with her humans. If she wants your attention, she will give you a nudge. She likes to give kisses and gentle love bites. Tessa is very curious about everything and has to be in the middle of what you are doing. She is a play machine and enjoys a tussle with her foster sisters. Tessa has the cute habit of stealing her foster mom’s slippers and hiding them, so be prepared for her games. When Tessa’s foster mom comes into her room each morning, it looks like a cyclone went through.

What can you expect if you adopt Tessa? F3 means that one of Tessa’s great grandparents was a Jungle Bob. The Jungle Bob is a cross between a Jungle Cat and domestic cat, the Pixie Bob. Tessa’s other great grandparent was a Savannah, a cross 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.

Tessa will come to her new home healthy, spayed, current on vaccinations, FELV-FIV negative and microchipped. She is litter box perfect. Only experienced cat homes will be considered for Tessa.

She is fostered in West Sacramento.

For more information call Ellen at (916) 743-8324 or email her at garyreason@gmail.com and please fill out an Adoption Application on our website, 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!