Lucky came to our home as a feral kitten. A family member saw her on the side of the turnpike and stopped to try and get Lucky to safety. This family member thought Lucky ran away. Unbeknownst to her, Lucky ran up the wheel well of her car and remained there for the next 30 miles. Lucky was found alive and completely unharmed- hence her name.
We adopted Lucky when she was approximately 3-4 weeks old. Lucky is slow to warm, but once she does, she is sweet and playful.
Over the past three years, Lucky has not adjusted to our children, and she began eliminating inappropriately outside of her litter box. Because of our children, our vet believes our home is no longer the right environment for her. We are heartbroken, but believe Lucky deserves to be in an environment best suited for her temperament.
We think Lucky is best suited for a quiet home with no other children or pets. She is not a lap cat, but she enjoys affection (on her terms, of course), and laser pointers. She has never been aggressive with our children. Lucky is spayed, front declawed, and up to date on vaccines.
If you are interested in adopting Lucky, please contact Margan at 216-956-9057.
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