There are so many special things about Juno that we hardly know where to begin. She is named for an ancient Roman goddess (and has never forgotten that she used to be worshipped), and has huge green eyes. Her charming pumpkin and cream mask add to her personality and uniqueness – in fact, orange females account for less than 20% of orange cats overall.
Juno was saved by a SNAP volunteer who bumped into her while feeding some feral cats at an apartment complex. It was clear that Juno wasn’t feral, so our volunteer took this lovely shy girl home with her. We estimate that Juno is about 3 to 4 years old.
We don’t know Juno’s history, but she’s a shy, submissive cat. She would prefer to be the only cat goddess in your household, but she welcomes human attention and looks forward to visits with her foster mother. Left to her own devices, Juno passes the day by sleeping on her favorite cat tree, watching the sun move across the sky, chasing shadows, and pouncing on her toy mice when they don’t expect it.
Juno has four white stockings, and a peachy nose that flies a tiny white fur flag because of her intricate cream and pumpkin mask. Her green eyes are a deep shade of forest green, and she has a way of cocking her head at you, and twitching her white whiskers while she sizes you up!
Juno is up to date on all shots and vaccinations, spayed and microchipped and would love to invite you to a game of bat the sparkly ball soon. To meet Juno, stop by the Howell Mill PetSmart adoption center after March 18 or drop us a note and we’ll set something up. You can pre-apply to adopt Juno online, too. Because Juno is an an adult over a year old, her adoption fee is just $25, too!