Lucky Luciano Was Rescued and Now Loverboy Luciano Needs a Home

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Luciano in his woodsy throne.

Help FosterCat help more cats! Here’s a loving black and white cat just waiting to go home with you—and whoever and whatever else happen to live there! Adopt Luciano, make room for another rescue in a foster home. You can’t lose with Lucky Luciano.

From Barbara Slade of FosterCat:

Luciano is just the dearest, sweetest, most lovable cat around. Luciano was living outside in Bloomfield just wandering around going door to door and scratching on neighbors’ doors to get inside. He was definitely an indoor cat at one time. Since Luciano was thin and starving, he would just cry and cry for food and finally a senior citizen from the area started to feed him. Lynda, one of our volunteers, worried about how thin he looked, decided he was just too friendly to live a horrible life outside and contacted FosterCat. After neutering, testing, vaccinations and a great deal of love and nurturing, Luciano’s personality finally emerged as an endearing cat.

Luciano loves all cats and dogs and people and would do well with adults and small children as well.  If you have a soft spot in your heart for Luciano, I promise you will not be disappointed. If interested in fostering or adopting,  please call Barbara Slade at 412-915-8106 or email [email protected] for more information.  You can also email the FosterCat website at

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FosterCat Inc.

Foster Cat, Inc. is an all-volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to the proposition that all cats and kittens deserve safe, loving, permanent homes. Their foster parents provide temporary care in their homes for cats and kittens until they can be placed for adoption.

FosterCat provides training and support, medications, food and litter as needed, and absorbs all veterinary expenses associated with the care of their kitties. If you love kitties and would like to be a part of our lifesaving team, consider opening your heart and home to cats or kittens in need. We promise you won’t regret it! If you can’t foster, you can still help save lives as a volunteer or supporting member. Visit FosterCat’s website for details.

Whenever I have an opportunity to do pay forward a donation, FosterCat is always one of my chosen recipients. They’ve helped me with a few of my rescues, and with just a group of volunteers have saved hundreds of cats, from bottle-fed neo-natal kittens to seniors. Adopting a cat from them will immediately open space for another cat to be fostered in a home until adoption.

Photo provided by Barbara Slade.

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2 thoughts on “Lucky Luciano Was Rescued and Now Loverboy Luciano Needs a Home

  • June 19, 2012 at 2:30 pm

    Thanks for making me aware of FosterCat – that’s one group I was familiar with. I visited their website (which I see you designed) and liked them on Facebook.

    • June 19, 2012 at 2:40 pm

      Vicki, I’m glad to connect you two. They are a wonderful group and work very hard for each of their cats.


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