I will provide all documentation of veterinary visits and treatments/procedures she has received. Additionally, I will provide certification of vaccinations. I will get her microchipped and provide the new owner with a small kit of kitty necessities.
Jasmine is one of the sweetest little things I have ever met. She loves to give snuggles and kisses. She has the cutest high-pitched meow that sounds more like a little squeak. She gets excited when she sees you and immediately comes trotting up to you to weave in and out of your legs or lay on your lap. She has lived her entire life outdoors and is wild at heart. Wild meaning she loves to explore and hunt and roll around in the sun.
She is not feral in any way - she has been around and interacted with humans since she was a baby. However, the only home she’s known is an old barn and (for the past few days) my garage. A neighbor of mine was providing very mediocre care for her since she was a kitten. Then, she wandered into my yard not too long ago and now is finally going to get the care she deserves. I guess she knew which house she needed to go to :) She is give-or-take a year old, and said neighbor never got her any veterinary care. As a result, she has fleas and worms and is pregnant. She will be giving birth very soon. Until I’m able to get rid of all her fleas and worms, I cannot bring her inside my home and expose my personal pets to those ailments. So for now, I have her set up very comfortably in my temperature regulated garage with everything she needs, as well as all supplies necessary to assist her labor should any complications arise.
Jasmine’s future adopter must have the resources to continue her routine veterinary care throughout her life and have the means to deal with any health issues that might come up as she ages. Jasmine loves being outside, so my ideal adopter would have a “catio” or outdoor enclosure of some sort where she could safely enjoy nature. Another option would be a harness and long leash that she could be taken outside on, so long as she is supervised. I plan to get one of these and see if she likes it or not. I want her to be an indoor cat that can have controlled, safe access to the outside world when she desires it, as it does bring her a lot of joy and enrichment.
She is a wonderful, petite little lady with so much life and spark and endless love to give. She is a little survivor who deserves sanctuary and people who adore her as much as I do.
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