Little Lucky was living on the streets of East Hartford as a stray in a feral colony until a kind foster mom recognized his potential. He was adopted once but after a conflict with one particular cat, he was returned. He was adopted and returned AGAIN and now poor Lucky is hoping the third time is the charm. He has a congenital ear deformity, but it only adds to his cuteness. He gives excellent head-butts and is overall a cool dude. He does have FIV, but other than that is healthy. Make it his Lucky day by taking this sweet boy home.
Lucky is about as easy going a cat as you could hope for. In this warmer weather, he’s been loving snoozing out on the catio bench and playing with his little bro Niles.
You’d be lucky to call this guy your own! Lucky is an independent, social cat that is a total sweetheart! This 7 year old guy is FIV+, but that certainly doesn’t slow him down! Cats with FIV can live long, healthy, and normal lives in a safe, nurturing environment. He would do best in a single family home, no apartments, and a screened in porch or “catio” aka cat patio. He loves a good play session, but is a certified professional napper! Recently, Lucky took an older kitten under his wing named Niles! Niles is almost a year old and absolutely LOVES his older bro, Lucky! He follows him everywhere and enjoys cuddling up to him! If you’re looking for a pair, these brothers from other mothers are the ones! For more info on Lucky, and even Niles, please contact Our Companions at 860-242-9999 or email Helpline@OurCompanions.org.
All of the pets promoted by Our Companions Animal Rescue are located in CT. As such we wish to adopt animals into homes in the greater CT area. Pets are in various locations so we request that an appointment is made to meet with a specific pet we are advertising. Contact the person listed on the pet’s profile to find out more about our adoption process for a specific pet or e-mail Helpline@ourcompanions.org for general inquiries.