Jessa

Jessa

Why did the kittens visit Carl’s Auto Repair Shop? Because their car-purr-retors were broken! 😹

OK…maybe not quite, but when these five tiny felines showed up at Carl’s Auto Repair in August 2019, there was no doubt that they were in desperate need of help. Juliette, the trailblazer, had been found with her front leg pinned under a wooden pallet, and an employee called Pet Paw See for help. After rescuing Juliette, Pet Paw See suspected there may be more kittens and sure enough, they hit the kitten jackpot and trapped FOUR more of Juliette’s siblings (Jade, Jessa, Jensen, and Josephine)! These beauties were only around five weeks old when found, and had been born feral—with little to no human contact. (Their feral mom was also trapped, spayed, and returned to live out her life.) Although very skittish at first, their doting foster momma has showered them with love and affection and showed them that these bald bipeds with fur only on their heads (AKA: humans!) aren’t so bad after all! Their foster mom reports that their little engines never stop purring and that their personalities have started to blossom and will surely continue to grow with the right families. These gorgeous girls will thrive in quiet, adult-only homes with pet parents who understand they may need a little extra love and reassurance that they are OK and safe. One of the kittens, Jade, has already been adopted and has acclimated flawlessly to her new home life!

Jessa—Miss Hard-To-Get

I am a sweet girl who rarely stops purring. However, when it comes to cuddling—pump those brakes, human! I like my personal space. When my foster mom tries to scoop me up for a kiss, HIYA! I block her with my front paws. If she persists though, I’ll let her sneak a smooch in just to make her feel better. Humans, so emotionally needy, I tell ya!

I’m just hanging out, waiting for my forever home.
Jessa, Josephine & Juliette
This is me on January 4, 2020.