Pets and Pet Health

Pet of the Week: Meet Lacey

The Kingsville Times is a proud partner and supporter of the Windsor/Essex County Humane Society. As a non-profit organization, the WECHS depends on the generosity of our community to help pets like Lacey, a 7-year-old female domestic shorthair cat.

Lacey is a timid girl who likes to spend most of her time in her hide-a-bed, where she is cozy and hidden. She is still getting comfortable with visitors coming to her little house (bed) but i’ts easily forgiven when they give her chin scratches.

She will need some time to sniff you out and get comfortable in her environment, so it is in her best interest that she goes to a quiet, adult-only home where she can spend her time in peace.

Lacey’s owner was ill and couldn’t care for her any longer. Lacey is a quiet girl who does best when given her own space. She isn’t interested in playing, and most likely would not want to share her turf with other pets or kids.


Right now, adoption fees are waived for adult cats like Lacey. To see her and other adoptable felines, visit Cats & Kittens — The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society ( Look for the qualifying adult cats, who have their fees waived, by spotting the boarder like Lacey’s around their picture. If you do not see Lacey’s picture, she has been adopted. Please consider one of her friends who are still looking for their loving, forever homes.

Available animals can be viewed and applied for online 24/7.

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