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In shelter Cat

St. Catharines, ON, L2R 7J9
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Orange & White
Everyone, meet Lucy. This pretty girl has a devastating story under her belt and she is one of the strongest kitties we have ever taken in. She was dropped off at someone’s door step with her babies, Frankie and Grace, in poor health and (likely) significant pain. Lucy was missing a large portion of her tail and bone was left protruding. Upon seeing a veterinarian, they made the decision to amputate her tail.

Regardless of what she has been through, Lucy is not afraid of humans. Though she is still quite skittish around unfamiliar faces, she is super affectionate upon getting to know you. She loves being pet, playing with toys, and sitting by the window. She even enjoys cuddling with her trusted humans.

While the exact circumstances are still a mystery, we do know that she definitely deserves better, and this will involve finding a forever home that will respect Lucy’s wishes of not being picked up, giving her time to properly adjust and working with her to help her continue to grow.

If you would like to provide Lucy with a forever home and companion, while also experiencing the rewarding feeling of watching her come out of her shell, you can apply for her below.


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