Adoption Status: 
Needs Foster: 
Korean short hair
under 1 year
Good with kids
Good with cats
Litter trained
Indoor cat

This is a great little kitten with a wonderful personality. He’s full of energy and loves to play. He’s not shy and gets along great with people and other cats. He’s also very affectionate and loves to cuddle. He is perfectly healthy with no medical issues or special needs. His tail, however, appears to have been broken when he was younger, but has since healed (doesn’t bother him at all). He has received his first vaccination but still has two more to go.

(A little background on Jelly)
My son and I found him near the local library. He appeared to be desperately in need of some help, so we decided we would take him home to ensure he was ok. We took him to see the vet that very day. He said “Jelly” was perfectly healthy, except that he was full of ticks. (The poor guy had them all over his body and face.) So, we treated him for ticks and fleas and took him home.
Since we already have two adopted female cats in our apartment (they’re around 2 years old each) and I wasn’t sure what to do with Jelly. I ended up bathing him and isolating him from the other two in a separate room. We fed him and made him a make-shift bed and litter box. We took excellent care of him. He seemed quite comfortable and very appreciative. He would always run to us and give us kisses whenever went in to see him (when he wasn’t napping, of course).
After about 5 days we let him out of the room to explore the rest of the apartment. He seemed absolutely fine. Even though our other two cats wanted nothing to do with him, it didn’t bother him at all. He went about playing and running around. He even wanted to cuddle and sleep with us in the bed during the night.
Eventually, the cats got used to each other and now they play together all the time. They even eat together from the same bowls. There’s never any fighting or anything like that. They get along great!
Unfortunately, we cannot keep Jelly because three cats is just too many. My son and I both have seasonal allergies (his aren’t as bad as mine) and right now I’m barely keeping my under control. Did I mention that I’m also allergic to cats? (I’m a glutton for punishment ;)
Anyway, we would really love to find Jelly the loving, caring home he deserves. Please consider him if you’re seriously looking to adopt. He’s got a big heart with a lot of love to give. You won’t regret it. Thank you.

Current Location: 
Location Status: 
In a home
Adoption Fee: 
10 000Won
Contact Name: 
David Jones
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