Meet Jadoe
Animal ID 2000013144 
Species Cat 
Breed Domestic Medium Hair/Mix 
Age 6 years 4 months 15 days 
Gender Male 
Color Black 
Declawed No 
Jadoe (rhymes with "Shadow") isn't just a handsome face: he's confident, playful, and friendly as can be!

Jadoe would happily hang out with people almost 24/7. He loves to chill together, play together, and get pets during the day and curling up to sleep at someone's feet at night. He also loves to talk, and he'll never hesitate to let you know when it's time for food or fun!

When people aren't around, fellow animals are pretty good too: although he does try to steal his fellow felines' food and will occasionally insist on being the only cat on the bed, he can frequently be found lounging near his foster siblings while waiting for his humans to finish work.

Jadoe is very agreeable, and his foster family thinks he'd likely be good with animal-loving kids, cat-friendly dogs... he even warms up to guests fairly quickly! Although he doesn't like to be picked up, he'll happily take kisses, scritches, and pets forward, backward and side to side. He just loves the attention!

Don't think it's all about him, though: when Jadoe hears that a person or pet sounds hurt or upset, he often runs in the room to ask what's wrong. Everyone feels loved when Jadoe is around!

Jadoe spent his first few years as a colony cat, but he's not much of a fighter. He is quite patient and tolerant even during things he dislikes, such as being brushed, being kept away from the other cats' food, or spending time home alone.

Jadoe needs a home with a big, friendly family who'll love to play, sit, and sleep together with him. You'd never know it from his happy demeanour, but Jadoe has mild irritable bowel disease (IBD). It is well-controlled with his current diet, and his forever family must be able to commit to prescription veterinary food, daily probiotics, and regular exercise. His thick fur also requires regular brushing with the furminator. With the right food and care, cats with IBD can live very long and healthy lives-and a loving companion like Jadoe is totally worth the effort!

Like all ACR cats, Jadoe has been treated for fleas and parasites. Jadoe is negative for FIV and FeLV.