Up until now he's depended on his brother for many of life's necessities. SPCA officials say they are concerned for Jack's safety.
"He really needs to be with other kittens or another cat because it helps him to acclimate; and we're really worried about this kitten and we came to ask the community for his safe return," said
The kitten can be returned directly to the SPCA.
The kitten was stolen from SF/SPCA's Maddie's Adoption Center at 250 Florida St. San Francisco.
A description of the kitten:
- Color: Black
- Sex: male
- Breed: Domestic Short Hair
- Age: 3 months
- Weight: approximately 3.0 pounds
- Distinguishing characteristics: cloudy eyes (partially blind)
- Microchipped (#982009105787461)
If you have any information, or if you see a kitten fitting this description please contact Kiska Icard, Communications Manager for The San Francisco SPCA, 415-760-4265. NO QUESTIONS ASKED!
The kitten can also be returned directly to The San Francisco SPCA's Maddie's Adoption Center, 250 Florida St. San Francisco, 415-522-3500, which is open daily 11 a.m.-6 p.m. (Wednesdays 1:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.)