Lexi is a fabulous girl in so many ways! She is easy going, easy to handle, gentle, quiet, and affectionate. She is a lap kitty who also particularly likes to sit in cardboard boxes. Lexi loves to make new friends and is quick to greet new people, unless of course she's having a snooze on the windowsill or in one of her boxes. She is easy to pick up and will hang out being carried on your shoulder.
Lexi does have a few behavioral quirks. She uses a litter box, but also wants to urinate directly next to the box. This is easily managed by keeping a pee pad next to the box. She needs to be the only pet.
Lexi would like a quiet easy going homelife; she just wants to laze around and hang out with her human companions.
Lexi has been diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. To treat this, Lexi can take either an oral medication or a topical that is applied to her ear. She is good for either method. This is a long term medication which Lexi will require daily.
Lexi will require multiple visits when her new family can spend time with her in Brewster as well as speak with staff in person regarding what would work best for her.
Lexi is currently up to date on all vaccinations, has been spayed/neutered, microchipped and been seen by our vet team.
If you are interested in adopting Lexi animal, please fill out our web form, available here:
You can expect a response to your inquiry from a member of our adoption staff within 48 hours of completing this form. Due to our high volume of inquiries, please refrain from calling unless that time frame has passed. If needed, you can reach the Brewster shelter at 617-426-9170 x305. The Animal Rescue League of Boston is currently operating by appointment only Tuesday-Sunday 11am-4pm. Our Adoption Forward process will start with a phone conversation.