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Domestic Short Hair
Domestic Short Hair
Black & White / Tuxedo
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Lucky was rescued by a very kind person from outside an area lumberyard. No one knows how long she had been there trying to survive. This older kitten was filthy and very emaciated. She probably would not have lasted much longer. Lucky is about 4 years old now and has not been lucky enough to be adopted yet. Now she has a soft black and white coat that is clean, healthy, and shiny. She has plumped out even though she had an uncommon intestinal infection. Lucky has been loving and sweet through weeks of medications. She is quite playful and loves having a variety of toys. This smaller girl loves being petted and is affectionate, but gets scared to be picked up and cuddled. Lucky is spayed and current with all her vaccinations. She will always have a sensitive tummy and receives a daily food supplement...which she loves! Adopt Lucky and then you will be "lucky" to have such an adorable kitty.