LULU – 10292
Safe - 10-28-2017 Brooklyn Rescue: CT Cat Connection Please honor your pledges: http://ctcatconnection.org/
***SAFE 10/28/17*** FRIENDLY AND AFFECTIONATE LULU LOST HER HOME AND NOW NEEDS A RESCUE ANGEL!! LuLu is a spayed Tortie cat who was brought to the ACC as a stray due to the fact her owner is elderly and can no longer care for her. She is only 2 yrs old and had been the purrfect kitty in her previous home – following her owner around and playing with toys. She is stressed in the shelter and must exit now! Please welcome LULU into your home and give her a second chance at life. RESERVE BY NOON!
Hello, my name is Lulu. My animal id is #10292. I am a desexed female tortoiseshell cat at the Brooklyn Animal Care Center. The shelter thinks I am about 2 years old. – P
I came into the shelter as a stray on 20-Oct-2017.
Lulu is at risk for behavior concerns (Experience determination). He is a long stay in the care center is beginning to show signs of distress through becoming overly excited in and out of kennel. We are recommending a stable, experience home to allow for guidance and learning manners and impulse control.
My medical notes are…
Weight: 8.4 lbs
Details on my behavior are…
Behavior Condition: 5. Red
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