It's another Wet Nose Wednesday with our friends from Pet Overpopulation Prevention and we've got a super sweet girl up for adoption.

Her name is Jack, yes, that's her name. Jack is a domestic medium hair, tabby (Grey, Blue, Silver/White) and she's up for adoption now.

Jack is a beautiful girl with a beautiful personality. She is a bit shy when you first meet her, but she is very sweet and loveable once she gets to know you. Being only four years old, she still has a lot of life left to live and love left to give. Unfortunately, over the past couple of months, Jack has been mourning the loss of her owner. But she is now ready for a new home and a new start. She needs to be in a quiet home, with no other pets and has only ever been an indoor cat.

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She would like to have a home where she can continue her life indoors only. If you are looking for a sweet, fluffy, loveable kitty, please consider Jack.

She may be just what you are looking for! Jack has been spayed, vaccinated, and microchipped. The adoption fee is $75 and includes a complimentary vet exam, coupons from PetSmart, and a gift bag from POPP.

If you are interested in giving Jack a home, please complete POPP's adoption questionnaire here.

Jack would make a beautiful addition to your family.

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