Lucy-367 votes

Pet Palooza

Lucy

"Sweet Little Miss Sassafras"

Animal type: Lab mix
Age: 1.5 years
Bio: Lucy is a rescue from Mississippi. She is obsessed with tennis balls, and she gets a kick out of tormenting her older cat brother!

What is your ideal day? A day where there is an endless supply of tennis balls where her parents can throw them for her to catch all day long, and then when she’s tired of running after them she can lay on the couch and chew the fuzz off of each and every one!

What is your hidden talent? She is super fast! Whether it’s running after her tennis ball, or gobbling up frozen blueberries off the floor, she’s like the Flash!

What makes your pet different than the other contestants? Her love for tennis balls is unparalleled!

What is your pet’s biggest pet peeve? When her brother steals her tennis ball!!

Weekly Updates

Week 4

What is your  ideal partner like? Has to be kind, and loving with a great sense of humor!

What will you do if you win? Lucy and Larry will create a new home/sanctuary where any animal from turtles to cows, and Lynx’s will be welcome and free to live forever in a safe and happy environment!

Week 3

What survivor skills does you have (if any)? She has the ability to sense, and smell furry little critters buried underneath the ground, and will jump in the air and pounce on them like a fox!

How long would you last in the wild before returning home? She could last forever, but would miss her family and her tennis balls too much so she would return within after a day.

Week 2

What would you do if you were stuck in the house with strange pets all day? She would run and hide! 

Which type of animal would you evict/ vote out? Cats.

Week 1

What luxury item does your pet want? An endless supply of tennis balls for sure! (She’s very low maintenance!)

Is your pet the type to cry, scream, throw his/her water bowl at another contestant or standby and watch gleefully? She would totally standby and watch gleefully!

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