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Lucy and her siblings were discovered on a beef farm where there were just too many cats.
They were amongst many, many felines that the woman living on the property was quite hesitant to part with any of them. Local cat rescue organizations had tried over
the years to help her rehome the cats and have the adults altered, at the least, but there were
many disappointing trips out there. Now that the woman is elderly and her health failing the
family has stepped in and the cats are being rescued. Lucy and her little feline family that
includes Libby, Lainy, Lilly and Lacy came into Pet Patrol care before the weather became
unbearable. There was no heat source for them in the barn or shed and within months they
would have started to breed creating a larger over population of cats and unwanted kittens.


Lucy is a very affectionate and loving little cat who wants to be with her people. She is easy to
pick up and carry and she rewards pets, cuddles and massages with big purrs. Like most of
her siblings, she is quite action packed and likes to run around and play with toys, the other
kittens and be part of the WWF (World Wrestling Felines). She has a great time diving into the
cat tunnel and climbing the scratching post. She will need a sibling or active playmate to help
her burn off her energy. Lucy is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely indoors

If you are interested in adoption please contact Pet patrol at 519-669-1979