Lucas! He’s the one! A very handsome 8 year old gentleman with the face of the Lion King-- but a big pussycat at heart.
He’s super loving, a real charmer, and plays like a kitten.
The back story is that Lucas was most likely someone’s pet who was abandoned. He was on the street for at least one year. He became part of a colony until a kind person took this friendly cat in to foster and gave him a chance at a new life. Whatever hardships Lucas has endured left him a bit anxious at first. But now he’s always eager to take his medication and then get down to breakfast and to play. Lucas says “I'm ready, ready, more than ready!...for a special, understanding person to love me -- and who I can love back!” He’d probably do well with quiet adults, maybe as an only cat.
The guy’s a champ and deserves the very best forever home!
Lucas will be shown Saturday, August 12th at Pet Food Express in Pleasant Hill from 1 to 4 pm.
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