Jumper (aka Jumpy) has had an interesting journey. She is a senior kitty, so we have no idea what her earlier years were like. What we do know is that she was taken to a county animal control as stray feral. She was put in their TNR program and sent to the vet to be spayed before she was returned to where she was trapped. During her surgery it was discovered that Jumpy had a very bad infection in her uterus, so she was being spayed just in the nick of time. After her recovery she was ready to be returned, when they went to release her, she kept jumping back into her carrier and trying to get back into the van. She obviously knew she needed help and was determined to get it. It was apparent that Jumpy wasn’t feral at all, so she came to Good Mews. She still had a long way to go once she arrived here, weighing in at only 4 lbs. She required a second surgery to flush out more of the infection and a blood transfusion, but slowly she started eating better and gaining some weight. Jumpy is now beginning to thrive, but what she needs most right now is a home. She doesn’t seem to like the other cats and her years of living on the street have made her a dominant lady. Jumpy is a sweet girl that loves to be petted. She would likely do best as an only cat, so she can be boss of her house!
HAIR LENGTH: Short