Cats for Adoption: Jingle and Jangle
Ed’s note: Jingle and Jangle have found a new home!
Jingle (foreground) and Jangle are brothers about half a year old with the sweetest, most affectionate natures. Jingle, with his delicate features and snowy white fur, is often mistaken for a female cat, while the jet-black Jangle is perhaps the more well-behaved of the two. A beautifully unique-looking pair, their large ears, big ears and angular faces give them the look of Egyptian cats of worship. And, they are adorable, both loving to be cuddled and held. Rescued at the age of 6 weeks from a park in Tokushima Prefecture, Jingle and Jangle are now in good health, fully vaccinated, neutered and waiting in Tokyo to find a home. We hope to keep the family together and are looking for a home that can adopt both brothers. Please bring Jingle and Jangle into your lives and with them the sweetest serenade — the sound of contented purring.
Originally published in the Japan Times on Saturday, October 18, 2008. Photo by Susan Mercer.
Interested in Adopting Jingle and Jangle?
Please email ARK at tokyoark[at]arkbark.net or call 080-6146-3889 (English) or 080-6517-8913 (Japanese). Tokyo ARK is a nonprofit organization founded by Brit Elizabeth Oliver. It is dedicated to rescuing and rehoming abandoned animals. All animals are vaccinated, neutered, and microchipped. Prospective new owners undergo a screening process.
The Japan Times supports stray and abandoned animals by publishing this photo box every Saturday in the Weekend/People section of the paper. The information is then archived here on the Angels with Fur site one week later, on the following Saturday.