A woman who has a dog sitting service in her home, and who has adopted a special cat from
Pet Patrol years past, called us about a friendly street cat in their neighborhood. Wanting to
know more about him, and hopefully finding his original owner she put the word out and found
that he had been wandering a large townhouse complex for about three or four days and had
been in another subdivision across a four lane road for several weeks before that. People
were feeding him and he ended up roaming aimlessly until he was at her home. Such a nice
cat to have no place to go. She reported him to the local city shelter, posted him on the community
website and Ground Search & Rescue but no one was able to identify him. They
guesstimated he was a female and about three months old but Juniper is more like eighteen
months old and a male. No microchip unfortunately. Now in Pet Patrol care he’s ready for
Jupiter is a kind and loving cat, who is curious and outgoing. He is interested in his surroundings
and the people who are familiar to him or visitors. He makes friends with everyone.
Easy to pick up and cuddle, his long and lean body will flop over your shoulder or curl up nicely
on your lap. He loves the attention and in return is good company and has a wonderful purr.
He is playful and likes to check out the toys; what is going on outside from the comfort of the
cat tree; and keeping tabs on the other sanctuary cats. He gets along with everyone. Jupiter
has had a bit of a tough time, abandoned or lost. We were unable to find his original owner,
but he has fit right in and is now ready to be adopted into his forever home. One that will
welcome him into the family and keep him safely indoors.