Meet Mr. Lucky
Our feline fur ball was rescued when one of our villagers found him hit by a car and laying in the middle lane on the Lloyd Expressway. Of course we stepped up and this handsome lad was named Mr. Lucky as he survived some major injuries. He was blessed as his Florence Nightingale Foster did physical therapy helping him heal, only leaving some minor residual balance and brain issues. Mr. Lucky is a special needs animal. He requires feline or canine companionship to take the lead and give him self confidence. Mr Lucky has been susceptible to respiratory infections requiring veterinarian care, and thrives with quality cat food. As he ages, his immune system will get stronger, so we this will be a temporary situation. All in all, Mr Lucky is a normal cat who enjoys playtime. He absolutely loves small balls with bells in them and plastic bottle caps. He also loves to curl up and take a nice nap. At times, his balance issue will cause him to miss his litter box. Mr Lucky's foster simply adds a large pad around the box and this issue is a minor fix! Born in approximately June 2017 and being approximately 4 weeks old when he was hit by an automobile left Mr Lucky apprehensive and unsure of the real world. He is socialized with other animals but can be apprehensive with humans. A kind and patient person will find Mr Lucky an amazing companion when his trust has been rebuilt. Once he is comfortable, Mr Lucky is an exceptionally sweet indoor cat who will love being near his forever human and his furry siblings. He is vaccinated, HIV tested, neutered and microchipped. Mr Lucky is ready to go from foster to forever. If you are his human and want to show him a happily ever after, please submit an adoption application at ITVRescue.org.
Please realize that many of our animals are kept in foster homes. Please complete an adoption application in order to schedule a meeting with one of our animals. There is no obligation in completing the application. To get an application, please visit our website at ITVrescue.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The ITV Rescue Center is open Tuesdays 12-5; Wednesdays 12-7; Thursdays 12-5; Fridays 12-5 and Saturdays 12-5. The Rescue Center is located at 1417 N. Stockwell Road. Thank you for your interest in our animals!