This feline has had her fair share of shelter stays, but she still holds out hope that a loving family will give her the support she needs, no matter what life throws her way.
When Lily the calico cat arrived at Hamilton Animal Services in Ontario, Canada, she was around 3-4 years old and had been surrendered by her previous owners. The reason for her surrender was that she had been urinating outside of the litter box, which her previous owners suspected was due to being harassed by their other cat. Fortunately, Katelyn and Karly Saltarski, the co-founders of Salty Animal Rescue, offered to give Lily a new home. Despite being a bit shy initially, Lily gradually warmed up to the volunteers and began seeking affection. Eventually, she was adopted by a new family, but after more than a year, she was returned to the rescue.
According to the rescue, Lily’s adopters think she would be better off with a different family because she is still having problems with her litter box. This is a common reason why people give their cats away. Lily is five years old and has already been rehomed once before, so the rescue hopes to find her a permanent home where she can thrive.
Lily is a laid-back feline who loves to explore and seek out her beloved owners for some much-needed chin and belly rubs. As the sole four-legged creature in the home, Lilly craves all eyes on her. Finding a loving family that is willing to offer the necessary support, empathy, and care for a lifetime would be a dream come true for her.
According to the rescue, Lily can display a bit of the Calico cattitude occasionally, but once she settles into her environment, she becomes the most affectionate fluffy chonk. She’s just like your typical lazy indoor cat and enjoys snuggling up with her humans while waiting for some cuddles or pets. If she isn’t kneading her paws, she’ll be lounging around, taking it easy.
Lily finds solace in a peaceful setting where she can unwind and massage a plush throw. She’s a proficient lap feline who emits a constant purr, and is willing to snuggle up on your lap and spend hours with you. Her preferred leisure activity involves viewing avian footage on a computer alongside her human buddies.
The rescue organization is optimistic about resolving Lily’s litter box problem through experimentation. They also revealed that Lily was overweight upon arrival and they are working towards helping her shed the extra pounds, which may contribute to solving her litter box issue.
Lily has been in the shelter multiple times and is now eagerly searching for her perfect forever home. It’s important that she finds a family who will support her through any difficulties and love her just the way she is – an ordinary cat.
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