Presented in Partnership with First Coast No More Homeless Pets
Does your pet have what it takes to be Jax Mag's Pet of the Month? We are seeking nominations from our many pet-loving readers. To nominate your favorite furry friend (or feathered, scaly, whatever), fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Please include at least one photo. Once each month we’ll select a pet to be featured on the website and Facebook. In addition, that lucky pet will get a spot in an upcoming edition of Jacksonville Magazine. And we'll treat the owner to a free one-year subscription to Jax Mag!
Without further ado, we present our latest Pet of the Month…
Jacksonville Magazine’s Pet of the Month for November is Oliver, a one-year-old Russian Blue cat. Oliver was rescued at 9 weeks old by his owner. He is well-behaved, sociable and genuinely loves to interact with people. When his mom is down, he senses it and snuggles up right by her side—when he’s not busy walking on countertops and playing with hair ties and bottle caps. Oliver loves car rides and his best trick is rolling over, pretty rare for a cat. He’s the best at waking up his mom when she’s hit the snooze button too many times.
FCNMHP is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Their multifaceted approach to pet overpopulation includes free and low-cost spay/neuter, adoption initiatives, and innovative pet retention services. The services are comprehensive, and FCNMHP is committed to reaching those who need their assistance.