Lotto hit the jackpot on what might have otherwise been the unluckiest day of his life. Although he was living in a deli and earning his keep, being friendly to everyone he rubbed up against, meeting and greeting the customers and taking care of business like a good little guy, one day—and Lotto doesn’t know what he did to deserve such cruel treatment—the owner of the deli threw him out onto the street.
Lotto’s story could have had a swift and unhappy ending if he hadn’t landed right next to his rescuer’s home—which means Lotto’s now safely indoors, with his bad luck turning to good in a single heartbeat.
A true charmer, Lotto is a young, playful boy who’s friendly with a capital F. He’s used to plenty of action and human traffic, and he’s an amiable, go-with-the-flow, all around good guy. The only piece of the puzzle that’s missing is a forever home. Lotto’s never had a home of his own, and he’s more than earned a special sun-spot, a window perch from which to watch the world, and a human or two he can call his family.
Lotto is 2 years old, neutered, tested negative for felv/FIV, and is current on vaccines. He’s also ready and waiting to meet you and show off his sleek coat and fantastic playtime skills! If you’d like to hit the jackpot and meet Lotto, contact Tara Green at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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