Adoptable Pet Spotlight: Meet Jocelyn

Today’s PetMeds adoptable  pet is Jocelyn. Can you provide the loving home this sweet cat so deserves?

Jocelyn has been with us for a couple of months.  She recently had to have her right eye removed due to an ulcerated cornea.  The sweet little thing was in so much pain before her surgery and now is on her way to recovery and currently being fostered by a wonderful family along with 3 other cats from CATS Cradle Shelter.

Jocelyn is an adult female dilute torbie who is estimated to be around 5 years old.  She is front declawed, up to date on Rabies and Distemper Vaccinations, de-wormed, Microchipped and spayed.

If you are interested in meeting Jocelyn or any one of the other fabulous felines available for adoption, please stop by CATS Cradle Shelter, 9 – Ninth Street South, Fargo, ND 58103 on one of our adoption open houses (Tuesdays 4-7 or Saturdays 10am – 5pm or call us at 701-356-PURR (7877).

You can also follow CATS Cradle Shelter on their Facebook page.

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  • I would take her in a split second without even seeing her. To be that calm through all that pain she has to be amazing. I have a very cat friendly home-no dogs but I live in Connecticut. I have either adopted or rescued every one of my Animals and would love to give her a chance if you could get her to me. My oldest cat is 18 so you know they are well cared for and only indoor. Please consider us.
    My husband Michael, my daughter Elizabeth who is14 and me, Christine Briggs. All my pets are posted on your site if you want to look at their health. Please consider us and thank you for sitting through this long e-mail.

  • Barbara Damien says:

    Please if you let her take Jocelyn ill put Jocelyn in my life insurance with my other three cats to be sure they will always have food and medicine even if I’m gone, ill send contracts ASAP, let me know , that lady sounds loving and that is just what Jocelyn needs a lot of.

    I have three and I think she may need a little less occupied space, I don’t want her to feel like
    She has to “claim” a spot for her own

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