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I am already spayed, housetrained, up to date with shots, not good with kids, and good with cats.
Lacey is approximately 6 - 8 years old. She's a very petite little tiger with white chest and paws. And it looks like she's had a very tough life. She was living outdoors at a mobile home park for at least 4 years, and was constantly pick-on by the other cats in the park. Her ears are tattered and her once-white feet are stained yellow. She seems to be a little 'stiff' when she walks, and may have been injured at one time, although she is now all healed. She had 2 painful, broken teeth, which have been removed. She obviously belonged to someone once upon a time, because she was spayed before coming into rescue late in October, 2011. She certainly enjoys being back indoors.
Lacey enjoys attention and loves to be petted, especially while she is eating. And she also enjoys eating - but only canned food. I feel that after the tough life she's had, she deserves soft food.
Lacey gets along well with other kitties, as long as they are not aggressive. She would be best in a home without young children, and a quiet individual or couple would probably be best for her.
Lacey is spayed, up-to-date on vaccinates, and feline leukemia /FIV negative. She would VERY much like to have a home of her own again. If you think you would like to open your home and heart to Lacey, please contact Eloise, 570-538-5610 or email@example.com. Lacey's waiting to hear from you.
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