Jack (about 2) was transported to the Anti-Cruelty Shelter in Chicago in May from the Tulsa SPCA, when Oklahoma was experiencing terrible floods. He was rescued there from a hoarding situation in Tulsa where he was kept in a small, dirty room with no human interaction. Jack was quite shut down when he came to ACS, and the behavior staff worked with him to try to help him get over his shyness. OPR stepped up to take Jack from ACS and put him in a wonderful foster home where he is coming out of his shell. He has 2 cat roommates at his foster home, and the foster mom’s grandkids (ages 8 and 10) come to visit often. He is now ready to find his furrever loving family.

If you’re interested to meet Jack, please help us learn more about you/your household by filling out our online application: http://www.tinyurl.com/AdoptMeNow