Lexus and her siblings came into rescue because their Momma Cat was abandoned and became pregnant in a feral cat colony in Sacramento. Momma Cat, being the resourceful girl that she is, and knowing she wasn't safe outside, begged her way past the front door of a nearby apartment and promptly had kittens on the couch. It was too much for the kind, young man who had opened his door to a frightened stray. He contacted me through a mutual friend, and Momma and 6 babies came into rescue on Father's Day. With some help from her foster mom, Momma Cat raised her 6 babies, plus 3 more that came into rescue 10 days later. (Momma Cat has since been spayed and is happily back with the man who let her in the front door!)
Lexus (Lexie), a Black Classic Tabby with white toes, is a Domestic Shorthair. She has a sweet and sunny disposition and loves to play with her siblings and with her people. She wants everyone in on the fun. She is always the first out of the playpen in the morning and the first in the kitchen for mealtime. She plays hard and loves well.
Lexus has a big personality and a voice to match. Born on June 18th, she has tested negative for Leukemia Virus and will be ready for her forever home by mid- to late- September. She has been raised as one of nine kittens in a home with adult cats and a Labrador and is well-rounded socially.
If you are looking for two, Lexus would be happy with any of her siblings or foster siblings!
If you would like more information, please contact foster mom, April, at firstname.lastname@example.org or send in an Adoption Application with your chosen kitten’s name.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!
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