Jack is a rescue kitten from a TNR (trap, neuter return) project we were working on. Jack is a sweet boy that is unsure at first but when given time and assurance he is safe he is learning to trust. He will need a patient home that is willing to accept that at first he may seek a hiding place until he feels secure enough to interact with his new human. Proper introductions to both a new home, owners and to other furry friends is an investment to making a happy home for all.
Please keep in mind the commitment when adopting a cat and or kitten(s) the the typical lifespan ranges somewhere between 13 and 17 years, according to the ASPCA. However, it isn’t uncommon for indoor cats to live to at least 20+ years. If you are interested in Huey submit an application with the name of the cat/kitten(s) you are interested in and a representative with Operation Hood will contact you to set up a time for a meet and greet. By submitting an application, it does not obligate you to adopt it simply allows us to get to know the potential adopter better.
All cats adopted through Operation Hood have been or will be (depending on age) spayed/neutered, micro-chipped, and receive FeLV/FIV tests, rabies vaccination, de-wormer, and flea & tick treatment.
No cats will be adopted out until they are deemed healthy by the vet.