Jack is the Hill Pet of the Week. He’s a two-year-old cat, who can be adopted from City Dog Rescue’s City Kitties program. Here’s his bio shared by his foster parent, Katie Baumer:
Are you looking for a cat that is both super fun and snuggly? Jack is your handsome man!
While living with his foster mom, Jack has demonstrated many talents. In fact, one might call him a Jack of all trades. He will happily inspect all mail and packages, maintain your sink plumbing, keep you company while you cook, nurse you back to health when you’re sick and play fetch!
That is right! One of Jack’s favorite games is to carry his toy mice over to where you are, deposit them next to you, and then look at you with the hopes you will throw said mice for him to fetch. He’ll then barrel full speed after them and repeat. He’s awfully considerate, as he doesn’t even make his human get up. He meets them where they are!
Everyone who has met Jack simply loves him. He’s got his humans wrapped around his paw, and even has a volunteer catsitter lined up even when his human only leaves for a night, because everyone wants to hang out with Jack.
Jack is the ripe age of two, which means he’s self sufficient, but still has a really playful side. Jack is the little buddy you never knew you needed, purrfect cat for someone who might not consider themselves a “cat person,” because he will win everyone over!
To adopt Jack, see City Dog Rescue’s website.
Want your pet to be considered for Hill Pet of the Week? Email [email protected] with a 2-3 paragraph bio and at least three horizontal photos of your pet. Each week’s winner receives a gift bag of dog or cat treats from Metro Mutts, along with 100 Metro Mutts Reward Points.
Known for “What dogs and cats want. What owners need,” Metro Mutts specializes in products and services for passionate pet owners. Now offering individualized dog walking, pet sitting and cat care from two store locations on Capitol Hill, on Barracks Row and on H Street NE. Learn more at www.metromuttsdc.com.
Photos courtesy of Katie Baumer