Lucy and Wally are two very special cats who are looking for a special home. They are not at the shelter - if you have an interest in adopting them, please contact Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ronnie at email@example.com
They are a bonded pair of Maine Coon cats who must stay together. Their owner has serious health issues and can no longer care for them.
Lucy and Wally are about 12 years young. They have always had wonderful care and Wally is in excellent health. Lucy takes medication for seizures and has done so most of her life. Twice a day she takes pills and a liquid medication and needs to stay on this regime for the remainder of her life. Other than that, Lucy is a little shy but very sweet.
Both cats are very laid back and will be affectionate once they get to know you. Due to their owner’s condition, they have been through a lot of recent disruptions. They need a quiet home, adults only--no dogs or other cats. And they need a place to hide (closets are their favorite) until they become acclimated to their new home. The women who are now caring for them will be willing to work with you and show you the routines they are accustomed to. Please contact Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Ronnie at email@example.com
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