Captain Jack Feral Born Kitty Has a Happy


“I am gonna getchya!” said Captain Jack the kitty as he stands up on his two hind feet with his paws in the air, trying to catch the grass.

Captain Jack, 7 days old

This exquisit little furball was born to a semi-feral cat named Switz on August 17, 2011 before Sheryl, an animal rescuer, could finally catch her for TNR (Trap-Neuter-Release). The cat mama outsmarted the trap multiple times and this adorable kitty is Switz’s 2nd litter. They named him Captain Jack.

Sheryl went from gaining trust from the mama cat to taking the kittens in when they were old enough. It started looking hopeful when they were able to bring in the kittens, treat their kitty flue and socialize them to other furry friends and humans in the house.

Intially the family planned on putting all the kitties up for adoption at the Goathouse Refuge, but Jack crept deep into their hearts. “We just couldn’t stand to see Jack go. We decided to keep him as part of our family. Jack stole our hearts and he just seemed to fit right in with us,” said Sheryl.

Captain Jack showing his playful side:

cute jack the kitten i am gonna getcha!

"I am gonna getchya!"

He falls asleep waiting for a phone call:

cute jack the kitty sleeps with the phone

"When is she gonna call?"

cute jack the kitten big fluffy cat today

Captain Jack, a beautiful cat today

Photos courtesy of ©Sheryl (flickr: meiers19).

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29 Responses to “Captain Jack Feral Born Kitty Has a Happy”

  1. Trine says:

    sooooo cute …. I do love those pics , but I do love the first one … OMG :)
    Cute body figure !!!!!

  2. Nans says:

    wow amazing beautiful kitty

  3. Blue Wolf says:

    What a great story and Captain Jack is a beautiful kitty! Love that first pic!

  4. eva says:

    Why would a siamese point kitten be feral? Will people ever learn to spay and neuter their pets? He is adorable and very lucky to have found a home!

  5. ChildFree23 says:

    OMG! He’s part Meezer! Look at hose points!

    EEEK!

  6. Shelly Lyon says:

    He is stunning! So glad you ‘kept’ each other!

  7. katie says:

    What a beauty, glad he has a loving home!!

  8. Christine says:

    Gorgeous kitty! Definitely some pure bred blood in there! Glad he found a wonderful home. Hope the others did too! :)

  9. vix says:

    The question is, why should ANY cat be feral? I’m with Michaelangelo, who (apparently) said that every cat is a work of art!

    • Sarah says:

      Agreed!!

      • Debra Olsen says:

        :-) I had never heard about Michalangelo saying that, but it works for me…I believe it, too. Captain Jack looks like a Lilac Point Siamese with an Angora-like tail. Gorgeous, any way you look at him. So glad the whole feral situation was satisfactorily resolved. >’o’<

  10. Wendy Winder says:

    Cute face!

  11. Katherine says:

    Yay! He’s adorable, and so are his sisters!

  12. Kacee says:

    He is so beautiful! Loved the story. Thanks for sharing!!

  13. Rene S says:

    Oh what a beauty he turned out to be.

  14. Kate says:

    What a face — he looks like a worried old guy.

    In the first photo, there’s a scuff mark on the wall behind him that looks like a “swoosh” of shading done with charcoal … and the grass looks like bamboo. Beautiful!

  15. Marina says:

    Captain Jack looks like he’s turning out to be a Ragdoll cat. My little Tuffy looked very much like Capt’ Jack when he was a kitten.
    His seal point coloring darkened on his face, ears, back and tail as he matured. His blue eyes intensified like crazy. And his tail become so full and bushy. My lil’ Tuffy pretty much started out like like Capt’ Jack,
    born to a feral siamese cat, that kept hanging around a friends house.
    My friend became so fond of Tuffy (she named him) she wanted to find him a forever home. I had Tuffy for 18 wonderful, loving years. He was quite a little rascal! Never a dull moment. Hope you have many, many wonderful years with Captain Jack!

  16. Malinda says:

    What a cutie! And the Goathouse Refuge is fantastic. A good friend has adopted two kitties from there!!!

  17. Helen Gi says:

    OMG his face! He looks almost human. What a gorgeous, gorgeous boy!

  18. Barbara says:

    Captain Jack~You are so handsome and good for you and your family that they kept you and showed you a loving and caring home you so much deserve~What a handsome kitty cat you have become~I am so happy for you and your family, thank you for sharing, sending kitty kisses your way, love Barbara

  19. Sara says:

    Looks like a siamese,if you please… what a gorgeous cat though…. Glad he found a loving forever home and never has to worry bout beind outside again….great story…

  20. Val says:

    Sweet darling little furrbaby boy, Captain Jack,has turned into a very gorgeous young feline!!! I love knowing he now has a furrever home, despite his beginning circumstances!
    Love these pics!!! Thank Heavens for the TNR programs around the country!!!

  21. JR says:

    Caotain Jack, you are so beautiful. so very thankful angles who take care of ferrals.

  22. Ann says:

    Born to be wiii-iii-iild!

  23. Debra Olsen says:

    >’o’< Such beautiful azure eyes & lovely coat. Love that round little belly in the picture of him standing up with paws out…looks almost like he’s wearing a furry little suit!

  24. Druscilla says:

    He’s so special, beautiful Kitty!

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