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American Shorthair


6 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

  • Needs To Be Only Pet



Current on Vaccines


Specialized Care

  • Medication
  • Regular Veterinary Visits/Care
  • Special Diet


Simpsonville, SC


Tilly is such a sweet and precious cat. She is gentle, affectionate, and vocal. She truly is the perfect cat, one that loves to curl up in your lap and snuggle. She is loyal and will follow you around like a dog. She loves her humans. She has never scratched or bit anyone, even during stressful visits to the vet which speaks to her gentle nature. She enjoys lounging in the sun and looking out doors/windows during the day. She really is our 'baby cat'.

Rehoming her is the last thing we want to do, but at the end of the day, we want to give her the opportunity to have the best quality of life possible, which we do not feel is with us. For context, we have 2 other cats, Tilly was the third added to the mix. She has a history of being stressed which we now realize is a result of the multiple cat house hold. 2 years ago we moved to a much larger home, giving her plenty of space away from the other cats, while this seemed to improve her anxiety, things got worse when we had a baby. Since we have had our kid, she refuses to sleep on the bed with us (which she did previously every night), she often hides under beds upstairs. This added stress caused her to have recurring urinary inflammation and trips to the vet. She is currently taking anti-anxiety medication and a special diet for urinary health. Despite both these measures, every 3-6 months her bladder becomes inflamed causing her pain and discomfort. The vets call this FLUTD - Feline Urinary Tract Disease, which is recurring inflammation of the bladder with no diagnosed cause, but thought to be stress. FLUTD can be resolved but with changes to the environment/reduction of stress. We plan on having more kids, and this is only going to make her condition with stress worse. We would much rather give her a chance at a happy life off medication than keep her with us and have her deal with this uncomfortable condition. She would flourish being an only cat in a no kid household, with loving parents willing to snuggle her and give her the affection she desires.

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