Hi

I’m Lexi and I’m around 11 years old. My fosterer describes me as an old lady that rules the roost! I know what I want and I’m happy to vocalise that until I get it!

I have ongoing thyroid issues which means I’m rather skinny, but I eat like a horse and love my food. I adore human company and will often cuddle up with them, especially if I’m cold and can steal some body heat! I spend my nights sleeping on the tiny human’s bed, we even have a little night-time chat as we both settle down to sleep.

I’m really loving my retirement years with my wonderful fosterers.

The Animal Accident Rescue Unit has a lifelong commitment to the animals it rescues, so Lexi became one of their permanent foster cats. This means cats that aren’t able to be rehomed due to medical conditions, are cared for by the Charity’s network of fosterers for the rest of their lives, with the Charity providing financial support.

I’m Lexi and I’m around 11 years old. My fosterer describes me as an old lady that rules the roost! I know what I want and I’m happy to vocalise that until I get it!

I have ongoing thyroid issues which means I’m rather skinny, but I eat like a horse and love my food. I adore human company and will often cuddle up with them, especially if I’m cold and can steal some body heat! I spend my nights sleeping on the tiny human’s bed, we even have a little night-time chat as we both settle down to sleep.

I’m really loving my retirement years with my wonderful fosterers.

The Animal Accident Rescue Unit has a lifelong commitment to the animals it rescues, so Lexi became one of their permanent foster cats. This means cats that aren’t able to be rehomed due to medical conditions, are cared for by the Charity’s network of fosterers for the rest of their lives, with the Charity providing financial support.