Lucy

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Lucy is the proud mum of Louie and Zorro…sorry, I mean George. These loving little chaps have now been adopted, 
and Lucy needs a new special someone in her life. 
She was only a year old when she was abandoned by her previous owner. She was found under a shed having just given birth to three kittens. But Lucy was in a very bad condition, and sadly, one of the kittens didn’t survive. Thankfully Louie and George have thrived, and are now in their forever homes.
When Lucy arrived into care she was timid and would disappear all day. She was an enigma: squeezing herself behind the washing machine, wardrobes, under beds…making herself invisible. Now things have changed: with the love and care of her fosterer she is healthy, has learned to love a fuss, to play and wolf down her food. She is also fastidious about her appearance: she possesses a beautiful eye mask and delicate white socks (those eye masks can take years off!) She will happily parade the catwalk to show off her good looks: no more hiding her beauty.
Lucy has to be involved in everything, and gets on well with the fosterer’s other cats and dog. She doesn’t show much interest in going outside, so may suit being an indoor only cat. So, if you live in an apartment, she would be perfect for you. You really should come and meet her: with a sleek coat and distinct markings, you won’t want to let this cat go!
Around 2 years old, neutered, micro-chipped, litter-trained. She has had flea and worming treatment. All our cats are “snap” blood-tested for Felv/FIV at the Vets and are found to be negative unless CLEARLY stated.

All adopters will be home-checked prior to adopting a cat, sorry but we do not rehome onto busy roads/near busy roads.  If you are interested in  LUCY  please contact us by: telephoning 0115 9984307 .  This number must not be used for emergency calls or any other types of enquiry.  Please leave a message if no reply and our Adoption Volunteeer will get back to you as soon as possible.

Or you can e-mail    admin@aaru.org.uk.  Whether telephoning our Volunteer or emailing the Charity please include your postcode and telephone number.

Please note:  We are always in urgent need of new cat fosterers to help us foster the cats that AARU continue to help. If you would like to find out more information please email us.