A cat who has been in and out of the shelter, hopes to find a family willing to help her through thick and thin.
Lily the calico cat was 3-4 years old when she was surrendered to Hamilton Animal Services in Ontario, Canada. Katelyn and Karly Saltarski, co-founders of Salty Animal Rescue, took her in with open arms.
“She had to be rehomed because she was urinating outside of the litter box. The former owners speculated that she was being harassed by their other cat “the savior wrote
Lily was first shy, but as she became more at ease, she warmed up to volunteers and began to seek attention. She was adopted by a second family, but she was returned after a year.
“Her litter box issues have persisted, and her adopters believe she would be better suited to a new household. This is, unfortunately, the most prevalent reason for cat rehoming “The rescue has been shared.
“Lily has now reached the age of five. She deserves the best permanent home as this is her second rehoming.”
Lily is a laid-back cat who enjoys cruising around, finding her people, and then lying down for chin and belly massages. As the only four-legged animal in the house, she wants to be the center of attention.
She only requires a little patience and compassion from a caring family who is willing to take her in for the long haul.
“Lily can have the Calico cattitude at times,” the rescue explained, “but once she’s comfortable in her surroundings, she’s the loveliest fluffy chonk.”
“She’s your typical sleepy home cat that spends her time snuggling and lazing around waiting for a pet or two when she’s not busy creating cookies.”
Lily prefers to be in a peaceful area where she can unwind and knead on a soft blanket.
She’s a purr machine and a seasoned lap cat who will happily lay on your legs and spend the afternoon with you. Watching bird movies on the web with her human buddies is one of her favorite pleasures.
Lily’s littler box issue may grow less frequent and even disappear with little trial and error, according to the rescue.
“Lily came to us pretty overweight, and we’re hoping that with some hard work, she’ll be able to maintain her weight loss. This could also assist with the litter box problem!”
Lily is eager to find her happily ever after after being in and out of the shelter a few times.
“She deserves a forever home with people who will help her work through whatever difficulties she may have and embrace her for who she is: a regular kitten.”