Introducing Lexi (C0384)
Hello! My name is Lexi aka Lexi-Lou, Lexi-Lou-Bear, Little Lex. I’m a sweet, silky-soft, shy one-year-old tabby girl looking for a home to call my own.
My life began in a farm colony, and I was introduced to humans a few short months ago. I’ve been conducting research on them during my time in foster care, and I’ve decided they’re not so bad. Here are the most important things I’ve learned about humans so far:
1. Their hands feel sooooooo gooooooood on my chin. I’m an absolute sucker for a good chin scratch. Or neck scratch. Or head scratch. Or butt scratch. I’m not fussy. Just let me headbutt your hand and watch as I stretch out on my back and roll around in pure bliss 🤤
2. They have money, an money CAN buy happiness. I quite like chicken – I’ll even lick it straight off the human’s hands – and I love chasing strings and pouncing on toy mice!
3. They can be a little intimidating. I find it hard not to disappear when their big feet thump past me, especially if I think they might try to pick me up. My future family will need to understand that I am an independent queen and I do the whole human-interaction thing on my own terms 👸🏼
My humans have been studying me, too, so here are the most important things they’ve learned about me:
1. I have the loudest purr ever! It’s so loud they they sometimes ask me if I’m a cat or an aeroplane… I don’t think they’re very smart. But they do know that purring means I’m happy, and I purr a LOT.
2. I’m quite unbothered by the giant dog who lives here. I’ll even meow hello to him and let him lick me. I’d probably like playing with a small or quiet dog in my new home.
3. I’m FIV positive. Apart from my beautiful big eyes being a bit weepy, this doesn’t impact me at all and I am expected to live a long and happy life. However, it does mean I must live indoors and be the only feline in the family.
So, there you have it: the results of months of insider research. Now it’s your turn to get involved in this groundbreaking study. My vet work is complete and due to my FIV status my adoption fee is just $40. If you have a quiet indoor home (a secure cat run would be a bonus), no other cats, and a big heart, my foster family would love to hear from you.
If you think I’m as adorable come down to Petstock Allenby Gardens to meet me and fall in love.
SA Breeder DACO110502