We tried to trap his pregnant mother before she gave birth alas she was way to whiley. We’re still trying to catch her but caught Jim her kitten. He’s surprisingly friendly and has a calm nature.

We’d like to find him a home as the lady who has him works a lot and he’s lonely. I think he’d do well with another cat or solo. You can of course meet him and see for yourself.

Update: Jim after his vet visit is ready to be adopted. He’s really calm and easy going.

(UD: 06/01)


Kirsten’s Zoo is always in need of donations and foster homes to help our cats. Every cat in our care requires food & a foster until homed. Plus, health check, desex, vaccinations, de-flea, worming & microchip. Many of our older cats need ongoing medical and regular health checks.

You can help a cat by sponsoring for $200 a month. Please consider a onetime, monthly or annual donation. Click here on how to sponsor or donate.