JACKO, 4 year male Black/Chocolate DMH (desexed)

Rescued from Casino Pound, this feisty young man will make a great playmate but also loves his snuggles. If Jacko is outside and sees his carer exit the house, he immediately runs to greet her. He is quite fearless and is ready to take on the adult cats in the foster home. He likes to know where his carer is and likes to spend time with her in the same space. Jacko tends to be quite assertive and knows what he wants. Having a longer coat will mean whoever adopts him must be prepared to regularly groom him to avoid knotting. (Special Features: feathery hair between toes & long ear hair.) Ideally a home with another friendly young cat or a cat loving person/family with lots of time to love and care for him for the WHOLE of his life is required.

Ref: ARRG ID 1276

I want to ADOPT JACKO — If emailing please include your location and phone number so we can chat about suitability and viewing JACKO.

If you are happy to lock JACKO in at night, care for JACKO and can offer a home FOR LIFE please contact us

Telepone: (02)6622 1881 and (02)6622 1020 office hours - (02)6662 7154 after hours.
Location: Animal Rights and Rescue is located on the Far North Coast NSW (near Ballina, Byron Bay,Casino,Lismore), Australia.

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