Cat of the Week: Lenny!
Lenny had been adopted from the shelter but once his adopters found out he had hyperthyroidism, they returned him.
He is a very loving and special cat. He gets along well with everyone and will not be intimidated by a cat who tries to dominate him. He acclimated immediately at the Lapcats Manor when he was introduced to several cats all at once.
He enjoys his wet food, likes fresh catnip, is quite the conversationalist, and once he is on a good and healthy diet, his fur should look much better. At the moment, we are giving him his medication in a pill pocket and will have his blood retested to make sure his thyroid levels are where they need to be. The medication for hyperthyroidism is very affordable and we can help you with the cost of that if it is an issue.
Hyperthyroidism should not be a death sentence. It is easily treatable with daily medication and we hope whomever considers adopting Lenny will be OK with his needs. He is 10 years young!
If Lenny sounds like a wonderful companion for you,
please complete an application and click here!
Please be advised Lapcats is NOT a public surrender facility. We are a nonprofit rescue that rescues from the
Bradshaw Shelter in Sacramento.
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What We Do
Our mission is to provide support and resources to the Bradshaw Animal Shelter by reaching a broader community rescuing, rehabilitating, fostering, showcasing, and adopting shelter cats at off-site venues.
How We Do It
Fundraising, website, social media, volunteers, and community outreach allows us to provide extended care and time to shelter cats who are at risk of euthanasia. Matching pets with people through a thorough screening process and our lifetime guarantee for the cats and their humans is a promise we make to our adopters and our cats.