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Facts about Lucky

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: White (Mostly)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Male
  • Hair: Short

My name is Lucky!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Leeds, Alabama - Lucky
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Lucky's Info...

I am already neutered, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Lucky's Story...
Hi, I'm Lucky. That is my name and I am a lucky kitty to have been in a great foster home. Now I need to find a new forever home that I can call my own. I am declawed, so I don't scratch anyone. But I love people and will rub on your legs and purr. I will sit with you and will even sleep with you, if you let me. But I'm also ok if you want to keep me out of the bedroom when you sleep. It is nice to curl up on my own bed or on a nice warm heating pad. I'm flexible that way. ;-)
I'm probably about 5 years old and I weigh about 8 pounds. I'm fully grown, as you can tell. I have also been neutered and get regular flea treatment. Sometimes I'll go outside if you have a fenced yard. I'll even come when you call me from outside. My foster mom says I act like a dog does in that way, because I will come trotting when you call my name. No one has ever seen me jump up on a fence. I don't care much for getting out of my home territory or my "comfort zone". But I do like to lay in the sunshine and I'll even fall asleep outside sometimes. Or at least my foster mom thinks I'm sleeping. ;-) But she says I should not always be outside though since I don't have front claws and she doesn't want me to get hurt. It's ok because I like being inside anyway. Especially when I feel like laying on the heating pad my foster grandma brought to me. She said she used to do that for her kitty too.

So, if you have questions or are interested in meeting me, I would love to see you. Just send an email to the address provided here and someone will get back with you so we can set up a time to meet. I can't wait to see you. :)

Just so you know. When I get nervous I start shedding. But that is not how I normally am. I don't shed that much. Just when I go to the vet or on a car ride and don't know where I'm going, I get nervous and it shows in that way.

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About Nowhere to Hyde

About Our Rescue Group...

Our journey into animal rescue started with two special dogs who stole our hearts and opened our eyes to the terrible reality of animal cruelty and neglect. But it will take us all to help care for and love the many homeless animals. Please foster or adopt one of our deserving animals today.

Our main priority is to push for strict spay/neuter laws and end the problem of pet overpopulation and homeless animals at the source. Until then we will help those that we can who are abandoned and unwanted to find a loving forever home. Please open your hearts and your home to an animal in need. You will get their unconditional love and devotion in return as your reward. Thank You!

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you have questions or would like to meet one of the animals listed please send us an email at nowhere2hyde @ gmail. com and we will be happy to arrange a meeting. Thank you!

Be sure to include the Name of the animal you are interested in on the Subject Line and that you saw the Listing on Adopt a Pet. :-)

Our Adoption Process...

Adoptions require an application, including a vet reference. A home visit may be required to make ensure it is a good fit for both the pet and the potential adopter.

Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon!