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Facts about Lexus

  • Breed: American Shorthair
  • Color: Tortoiseshell
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short

My name is Lexus!

American Shorthair Cat for adoption in Yakima, Washington - Lexus

Lexus's Info...

I am already spayed, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.

Lexus's Story...
Lexus is a short-haired Tortoiseshell kitty.
Background before me; Lexus came to me at 7 weeks old, and has always had upper respiratory problems.
Lexus came to me at a very young age. She's a very loving kitty and is quite vocal. She just really wants a loving home to call her own.
Lexus has been diagnosed with Feline Herpes virus. The Herpes virus is noncurable - you just have to take care of the symptoms as they come and go. There are times where Lexus comes across as a perfectly healthy kitty, and others where she is very congested and has runny eyes. Kitties with the Herpes virus can live long healthy lives, but her new family will have to anticipate more health issues as she grows old. Kitties with Herpes Virus often lose eyesight from the virus. For more information on Feline Herpes, please Google or talk to your vet.
Medical History;
Spayed and vaccinated with boosters due ASAP.
Will be 2 years old in June 2013.
FeLV tested negative.
2/3 - Flea combed; none noted. Hartz powder flea treatment. BioSpot spray flea treatment.
2/26 - Hartz powder flea treatment.
3/2 - Frontline Plus flea treatment. Dewormed (Cestex 12.5mg). Ears checked; dirt noted/treated. Given a Steroid at Selah Veterinary Clinic for Gingivitus.
3/2-3/16 - Amoxicillan

FREE TO AMAZING HOME WITH SHORT ADOPTION APPLICATION.

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About Our Rescue Group...

We are a small, foster based rescue, focused on helping control the feral population, and helping low-income cat owners get their cats the medical attention they need. We transport cats and kittens to the clinic The Feral Cat Project in Lynnwood, WA where they are able to be altered and vaccinated. We work with house cats, and well as ferals and barn cats.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

We take monetary donations towards transports, and food donations for our fosters! We take in a lot of kittens, so kitten chow and canned foods are most helpful. We could also use cat carriers at this time.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Email if you'd like meet one of our adoptable kitties or make a donation!

Our Adoption Process...

We offer low-cost transport to the clinic in Lynnwood, as low as $10 per cat, plus the clinics fees, and possibly lower/free when funds are available. Please visit our website or email us for more information on this.
As for adoption of our fosters, there are small fees and a simple contract. Check each cats profile for their adoption fee, and email for our adoption application (: