Jed- Come Meet Me at Petsmart on Preston Crossing!

Jed- Come Meet Me at Petsmart on Preston Crossing!

Hello, my name is Jed, some call me Jedson. I am a one-year-old orange tabby male. I have honey colored eyes and my belly is cream.

I hail from the south industrial area of Saskatoon; I was living with my siblings and Ma in a sea can. Everything was going great then, Ma said she was going into a “retirement home” and that it was time for us to make our own way! My sister from another mister, Jetty and I moved into a foster home and have been learning to “cat” since February. The transition was a bit scary but I have learned that house cat life has its perks. I am really good at all the regular cat things, like playing, eating, using my litter box and generally “being a good boy”.

I am, however, a self-admitted Kleptomaniac and I am working on this behavior. I often “borrow” lipchap, pens, laser pointers, stones and whatever else I can carry in my mouth- you can later retrieve them in my favorite bed. As they say you can take the cat off the street but- you can’t take the street out of the cat. Thug life.

I did most of my growing up outside so I have a few other quirks; I am still pretty freaked out by hands touching me. I will accept pets when I am feeling safe- often in my hiding spot. I have learned that pets feel good but they still scare me. I do not like to be picked up or handled right now- but three months ago I didn’t let anyone touch me so that may change. If you are petting me and I don’t want it anymore I will run away, if I am cornered I will give you a clawless tap to let you know to stop.

So, if you are able to get over my quirks, I could be your purrfect new companion. I am a curious boy, I will follow you around to supervise your household projects- taste testing when needed. I haven’t mastered cuddling but I have started to sleep very near or even touching my foster mom. With your patience and love I promise to keep working to be a “really good boy” for you.
Estimated date of birth is June 16, 2020

If you are interested in adopting please click here to fill out an adoption application, or email contact@streetcat.ca if you want more information on this or any other available cat.