Lucy is a small calico and white long-haired girl who has had most of her teeth removed. She gets gingivitis from time to time,
Lucy was born on 3/14/2008. Her mother was a stray cat found in a Red Lobster parking lot. She is one of 6 from her litter. She will come up to you to get his 'lovin's' from you as she's talking to you. She loves any attention from you and is super sweet. She will want to sleep with you too. Sometimes you won't know that she is there unless you turn your head and she will be sitting there patiently purring for you love. She had all of her teeth removed except her canine teeth. She had a very painful gum disease that required that they be removed. She will need to be to go to the vet about twice a year just to make sure that she doesn't have gingivitis; which she gets from time to time.
She knows how to sit for treats and is trained from the squirt bottle. For the most part all you have to do is shake it and she knows you mean business. She loves my pitbull, Gracey, and he will get up from where ever she is when she gets up to rub against her or lick her. (She could care less. Lol) She is used to other cats but tends to get anxious and timid around them. I believe an ideal home for her would be with no cats and with a dog to cuddle. Also, would recommend small children maybe
Lucy is located in Lakeland FL. Contact Angie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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