Joejoe and his siblings are lucky little ones. At three weeks of age, they were dumped at the doorstep of Palo Alto Animal Services in an empty potting soil bag stuffed inside a crumpled paper bag and left to bake in the hot sun. Someone visiting the shelter told the staff there was trash out front. An animal control officer picked it up to deposit in the dumpster. Inside was Joejoe, his brother and sister. They were so weak they couldn't even meow. The shelter provided immediate medical care and shorly thereafter, PCW took them in. Now they are three beautiful thriving kittens looking for forever homes.
Joejoe is a classic tuxedo with white paws. He loves to play with balls and wrestle with his siblings. Once he tires of playing, he will curl up in a lap for a nice nap. He is fond of tall cat trees and likes to be around people. He likes to curl up next to a laptop or keyboard. His newest trick is playing fetch with kitty springs.
Since he is a small kitten, the best situation would be with children 6 or older. Kittens do best in pairs if the humans are out of the home during the day. Joejoe has not been around dogs but he could likely adjust to a cat friendly canine.