Female | ~6 months | DSH | Brown and white with black tabby markings
- People-friendly? Yes.
- Child-friendly? Unknown.
- Socialized with other animals? Exposure to other cats and dogs through a fence.
- Litter-trained? Yes.
- Spayed? Yes.
- Purrsonality in a few words?
“Lucy is a busy little girl. She likes to run around and play with her toys and Betty (her sister).”
– Vera, Lucy and Betty’s foster mom
- Any known medical conditions? No.
*** Please note that we are NOT accepting applications for the cats listed as Coming Soon. These cats have either yet to arrive or have only just recently arrived. Once their foster families get to know them a little better, a detailed bio outlining their personality and describing their ideal home will be posted and we will then begin accepting applications for them. ***
Hello, humans! My name is Lucy (like Lucy and Ricky), and I am an adorable domestic short-haired kitten. I am the sister of Betty and definitely the more energetic one of us! I love toys, but not as much as my feather “bed”.
Like my sister, I do well with other cats but have only been exposed to dogs with a fence between us, so whether or not I’d do well with unprotected exposure is unknown. Regardless of this, I am looking forward to finding a furever home.
If you would like to apply to adopt me (with or without Betty), you can apply below. All inquiries regarding me must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to meet you soon! <3
Adoption Fee | $ 149
The feline adoption fees help cover the costs associated with rescuing, such as vetting, food, kitty litter and other expenses.
Prior to adoption, cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed and given flea treatment. In short, they receive any necessary treatment.
For more information about adoption fees, please review our Adoption FAQs & Fees page. alternatively, you can email us and communicate with our Adoption Coordinator: email@example.com.
Why We Love Fostering
There is a special joy in seeing the transformation from fear to trust in a foster cat’s face and posture, the first time they relax and warm up to me. There is so much comedy in a litter of crazy kittens, rollicking and tumbling, learning how to be big cats. Each foster kitty has been cared for as if they were my own, and I enjoy the confidence in the feeling that they are ready for their forever home. That is the biggest difference between choosing to adopt from a small rescue rather than a shelter, and why I love volunteering. People often ask me how I can be so strong to let such sweet kitties go to adoption, but the feeling that I have space to help another is worth the emotional goodbye. Penny is the twenty-first cat I have helped, and I am not going to stop anytime soon! Fostering for Pets Alive is by far the most rewarding volunteering I have ever done.
Why We Love Fostering
I love fostering because I get to change the lives of the dogs I welcome into my home. I get to treat them like my own while knowing they get a chance at a great life. It feels great to be able to provide them with a stepping stone towards their new life with a new family and new friends. Even when they go, I never feel sadness. I only feel happiness because I know they will be loved as much as i loved them. (For Kappy: Though your time was short with me, you inspired me to help other dogs. )
Interested in Adopting Lucy? Apply Below.
Incomplete applications cannot be accepted. Pets Alive Niagara reserves the right to reject any application and reserves the sole right in determining the best placement for our animals.