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guys....I understand; when I adopted tuna and sauce I told the shelter I wasn't able to take "kittens" because of my work routine. It's not set; I can be gone up to 12 hours a day and then there's the whole issue of "looking after my folks"....so basically I'm never really ...home. Even at 15 months, tuna was a handful. We ask St Francis to guide Lucy to a home that can look after her in a manner she, and they, can handle. Unless a person can be a home body pretty much 24/7... kittens DO require a "looking out for" and with the two of you gone all day as you are; it could have resulted in something bad happening to lucy; and keeping her caged or locked up all day is not fair to her and no way to live. without sounding like I'm telling you what to do, you might consider a cat who's 3 years young...and up. wishing you all the best and wishing lucy all the best as well ♥♥♥♥♥

T. Gray

Hello. I can understand your sadness that things did not work out. I would feel the same way. However, it sounds like you made the best decision for yourselves and Lucy. Hopefully, you will find a more suitable candidate for your situation. Also wishing a good result for Lucy.

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