Not available for interstate adoption
Looking for love
Male Domestic Medium Hair Cat
- Rescue group:
- Forever Friends Animal Rescue
- PetRescue ID:
Meet the sweet natured and loving Lamby, also named LC by his doting foster mother.
Come meet me at Southern Animal Health adoption day, Cheltenham, Nov 11th 10am - 2pm
This little boy was named Lamby when he was found. His foster mum decided he deserved a better name and called him LC. This stands for many things: Lucky Cat, Little Cat, Loving Cat, Likable Cat, Lol Cat, Lots of purrs Cat… the list is yours to fill!
LC integrated the house like no other cat ever did. It took no time at all and every one (8 other cats, 1 dog) instantly adored him. As you can see in some of the pictures, he is well accepted by all. He loves to sleep on the bed and will drown you in purrs and cuddles!
LC loves other cats and loves to cuddle up with them. He loves to cuddle up to the dog too. Kids would be awesome as he LOVES to play and would definitely enjoy having another furry bud to play with.
There's nothing to not love about this sweet little boy, from his little black heart of a nose to his purring machine that is the envy of all others. He will be sure to melt your heart!
Lamby is a happy and healthy kitten. After having the flu from being dumped in an industrial bin filling water but since recovering 100% he has been vaccinated, desexed, microchipped, flead and wormed.
Please click on the button 'Find out more about this Pet' to receive an Expression of Interest Form. One of our Volunteer Case Managers will explain our process to you. (Please note that completing the Expression of Interest form does not place you under any obligation to adopt.)
Not the pet for you? Check out our other wonderful rescues at http://www.foreverfriends.org.au/adoption/.
Thought about becoming a foster carer? We're always looking for new carers as it means we can save more lives! Please fill out our online foster application if you can open your heart and home to a deserving rescue pet while it awaits its forever home. Follow this link for more info: http://www.foreverfriends.org.au/foster-caring/.