In world where pronouns have come to the forefront of discussions the timing of this story seems to be on target. The West Valley Humane Society in Caldwell has a very special and rare Hermaphrodite Cat available for adoption.

According to West Valley Humane society . "'Jessie' was born with both male and female sex organs and genitalia, making it an 'incredibly rare cat,'"

Some people love exotic animals and while Jessie is not considered exotic them is definitely a special companion that would make a great household pet.

"We rarely see such an incredible chromosomal development and are so happy to have met Jessie and help them on their journey to a new home!" The West Valley Humane Society said in a news release.

Where did Jessie come from? What's the story behind them? Actually very little is known about Jessie's life. Here's what we know... them is a year-and-a-half-old and  arrived as a sick stray.  As far as Jessie's personality and temperament the West Valley Humane society describes him as such:

"Jessie is affectionate and loves attention. They enjoy belly rubs, head scratches, ear scratches and butt rubs and they enjoy every minute of attention," the shelter added. "Jessie is ready to start the next chapter of life – one that is filled with love and the comfort of a cozy home."

How does one go about adopting such a gem? simply contact West Valley Humane Society at (208) 455-5920. The only question that I have is... would you change Jessie's name and if so would you name them after Sam Smith?

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