Facts about Faith
- Breed: Domestic Shorthair
- Color: Tortoiseshell
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Female
- Hair: Short
My name is Faith!
I am already spayed, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Faith came to Tree House in November 2009 after we got a call from DuPage Animal Control saying they'd found a stray cat with a Tree House microchip. It turned out that Faith had been spayed and released as part of our TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program at our Bucktown branch. It's a mystery how a presumed feral cat like Faith became so domesticated or how she ended up all the way out in DuPage County, 25 miles away from her home colony.
However she ended up here, she's a joy to have around the shelter! She's a completely adorable, adoptable, sweet cat with a soft tortoiseshell coat of fur. Our clinic staff estimates she was born in about 2003.
Faith resides at our Uptown headquarters, spending most of her time curled up under the sink in the first-floor bathroom. But watch out! She has a flair for the dramatic. When the mood strikes, she likes to go crazy with her special scratching post, rolling around and scrunching up and stretching out her whole body as she attacks the post. Silly kitty.
Faith also has a rather peculiar habit of growling at her tail. We've even heard her grumbling about her tail in her sleep. Clearly, she has some kind of score to settle with her tail. Besides these occasional episodes, she is docile and enjoys petting and being around people. She has suspected IBD and is being monitored for bowel problems.
Consider giving this lovable cat the forever home she was always meant to have. Our adoption counselors can arrange an introduction with Faith any day of the week! Just stop by our headquarters at 1212 West Carmen Avenue, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773-784-2332.