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Code: BFT2022

Lady Bug   

In shelter Cat

Naugatuck, CT, 06770
Pet name:
Lady Bug
Domestic Short Hair
Meet Ladybug. Ladybug came into our rescue after being found by a good samaritan. She
has doubled her weight since she was rescued. From 4.2 lbs to almost 9 lbs. She is still a petite girl.

She has beautiful soft black fur with stunning green to gold eyes.

Her body may be healed but her personality reflects her past. Ladybug LOVES men. She will snuggle with her fosters husband and son. They can pick her up and pet her with ease. She prefers her head petted and will object towards her back or feet.

Ladybug does not like other cats or kittens. She doesnt fight with them but strongly objects if they enter her space.

She needs a quiet home with a patient understanding Male.
If you want a great companion- this is your girl.

Ladybug was born around January 2018 and is being fostered in Naugatuck. He is fixed, up-to-date on shots and tested negative for FIV/FeLV.

All of our cats and kittens are cared for in loving foster homes. A "meet and greet" can be arranged only after an application has been submitted and approved. Applications for adoption can be found at Our volunteers do their best to respond within 24 - 48 hrs.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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