Jack Frost

 Photos of Jack Frost by Lindsey-Frozen Moments Photography

Photos of Jack Frost by Lindsey-Frozen Moments Photography

Adopted August 18, 2017
Regina Cat Rescue is a local street cat rescue charity

Vitals

Gender: Male
Age: 14 weeks
Breed: Domestic Short Hair; White
Spayed/Neutered: Yes
Vaccinations: FRPP
Other vet care: Anti-parasitic medicine
Temperament: Shy and affectionate
Other information: Good with cats and older children

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Background

Jack Frost is one of a litter of eight kittens born to a stray mother cat who was lucky enough to find her way to the back yard of a caring young couple who had recently fostered for Regina Cat Rescue. They were able to scoop the little family and get them to safety of foster care.

Jack is the shyest kitten among the siblings, but he warms up gradually and enjoys affection and attention from his human friends. He also loves to play. He tends to be scared in new situations and relies on his brothers or the resident cats in his foster home to take the lead. Jack would do best in a home with other cats and would especially love to be adopted with one of his brothers, Buddha or Jynx. He can always be found curled up with them at nap time.   He’s good with older kids but likely a bit too skittish for toddlers.  He would be a great fit into a cat loving home looking to add a new feline friend for an existing cat.

If you are interested in Jack Frost, click here to view our adoption contract and click here to complete an adoption application or email the RCR Adoption Coordinator at rcradoptions@gmail.com for more info.

Please note: in the event there are multiple inquiries for a cat or kitten, Regina Cat Rescue will select the best suited home in the interest of a successful adoption.

Adoption fee: $140

All adoption fees and sponsorship donations contribute towards veterinary care and other costs associated with caring for Regina Cat Rescue rescued cats and kittens.