Lacey is your ultimate lap kitty! She is always first to jump in her foster mom's lap every day. She is a playful & affectionate 7 month old girl (as of February 2017) with a sleek velvet black coat. She can be a little bit shy of strangers, but once she gets to know you she might jump in your lap too! Lacey is being fostered with little DOGS and she loves them. She is also being fostered with other cats and gets along well with boy cats (she's being fostered with several young boy cats, also for adoption). We also think she'd be happy as an only pet if her people are around more than not. Lovely Lacey loves to PLAY! She can catch a feather toy like a pro. She does have an advantage: Lacey has extra-adorable and special front paws. Called Thumb Cat Polydactyl, her first paw digit is extra large. It looks like she is wearing kitten mittens! Lacey is part silly girl and part gentle spirit, the perfect mix of girly-girl and tomboy.
Lacey is current on vaccines, microchipped, and spayed.
If you are interested in meeting Lacey please fill out our adoption application by clicking this LINK or go to www.TheRescueTrain.org. Applications are required PRIOR to meeting one of our animals and are used to set up a safe and successful adoption. Please don't be shy and answer the questions thoroughly. To learn more about our adoption process please visit www.TheRescueTrain.org and click on "Adopt A Cat".
PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT OWN A FACILITY. Our animals are in private foster homes. If you are interested in adopting one of our animals please fill out our on-line application. Or check our mobile adoption schedule at www.TheRescueTrain.org.
INTERESTED IN ADOPTING?
PLEASE FILL OUT AN ADOPTION APPLICATION ON OUR WEBSITE: www.therescuetrain.org
APPLICANT MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD
APPLICANT MUST LIVE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA
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