Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thursday's Purrs: Lexy


"Hello out there! Can anyone help me with another classified ad submission? (no opposable thumbs and all, you know)

My first ad worked FABULOUSLY. At first.

I got my very own lap for the holidays - and it was amaaazing.
But then I ended up back on the streets. I found my way back to the folks at KCPP and they gave me a nice warm place to hang out until I find my true, keeper lap.

Second time's the charm - right?

Thoughts? Ideas? The wording for ads like these is so critical, I think - don't you?"

"Let me assure you - I know all about laps. You could even say I'm a bit of a lap connoisseur!

The folks around here say I'm quite the social cat. If you come near my kennel, I'll be right there, waiting to see if you are going to open the door. I'm exceedingly pettable, if I do say so myself, and I have incredibly soft fur. If you'll come over to visit, just take a seat so I can test drive your lap, please?

I don't ask for much in a forever home, just people who will always love me (that's the "forever" in fovere home, you know?).
And of course someone who will let me sit in their lap. (no other kitties, please - I am kind of selfish of your time that way. *embarrassed look*)

And at 11 years young, I've left all that silly kitten-headed nonsense (like ricocheting off your forehead at 4 in the morning) behind me, too. Isn't that a win-win?

Winter's here!  Wouldn't you like full-time access to a gorgeous lap-warmer like myself?

Purrs and head-butts,

Lexy was adopted shortly after her post in October, but recently she was returned to the shelter by a Good Samaritan who found her wandering alone in the neighborhood.

We are so grateful she found her way back to the safety of the shelter and the people who love her.

Since returning to the shelter, she has found her voice and has been regaling staff and volunteers nonstop with stories of her adventures. While they haven't quite figured out exactly what it all means, they are pretty sure it includes how glad she is to be safe again and to see all her old friends.

She's also been demanding nonstop love, attention and treats (and getting them!).

This sweet girl deserves the very best of homes, and finally, at long last, a warm, loving lap all her own. Won't you please share to help us make that happen for her as soon as possible?



  1. we are glad she was found and is safe, but grrr..... hopefully second time is the charm

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  3. Dumped!?!?!?! WTF?? May the heavens help them - if I EVER meet anyone who dumped a cat, I will thump them one VERY HARD. No karm - I will be their fist wielding nemesis.

    We will share for you Lexy, you deserve a good home.

    Good Luck lady!!

    The Dash Kitten Crew

  4. lexy...waves two ewe again gorgeouz tho we wish it were knot sew....we haz sended a curse upon de !*@#^$& who adopted ewe then tozzed ya outside.....we wood "curse" heer two but thiz iz knot R blog ~~~~~~~~~ faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    we hope second time IZ de charm N yur troo for everz peepulz R on ther way rite now ta bring ewe home; safe & sound best oh fishez two ewe ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

  5. Aww, you are too adorable. Good luck, pretty!


  6. Blessings on the Good Samaritan who found her and returned her to you safely - and purrayers she gets a lap that lets her stay put this time !

  7. Lexy, you poor sweet baby. How could someone take you into their home and then let you go??? Purring that next time it's forever...for realz!

  8. Lexy is a beauty. I hope she gets her forever home soon.

  9. How cruel to be thinking you have a home, and then to be ousted and homeless again. Purrs that you fnd the best den evfur...forevfur!


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