Hi, I'm Jack & Thatcher. I was adopted on July 1!


Orange Tabby

Baby, Male

Jack and Thatcher are special 2-month-old brothers looking for a home together! They came to AFRP from the Monterey County Shelter as tiny, sick orphaned kittens and they went immediately into foster care. Sadly, Jack had one eye that was so badly infected that it ruptured, and it needed to be surgically removed. Jack has been through a lot in his young life, and understandably he is a bit more shy than his more outgoing brother, Thatcher, but he will blossom with a bit of patience. Both kittens are playful, sweet and purr when you stroke their fur. They get along nicely with older cats but have not met dogs. Indoor home required. Can you give these deserving kittens a second chance?

Please note – due to COVID-19 our AFRP Adoption Center is closed. Our animals are in foster care and can be met and adopted by appointment. The first step is to fill out an online adoption application. Thank you!

Jack & Thatcher has already been adopted!