currently located at
Romeoville Humane Society
Lilah will take some extra time to settle in and needs a patient family with previous cat experience. She prefers being pet over being held, she's not one to cuddle. She is friendly and will come greet you to say hi and for a quick pet and stroke down her body. Her patience is limited on the petting. This girl is more of a playful girl, rather than a loving companion to her humans. Playing with her is the best interaction to gain her affection. She will definitely need a home with a feline companion, but will also need ample time to adjust to her kitty friend. When she is alone without another feline, she cries incessantly. Though when she is first around a new cat she doesn't know, she is very hissy and growly. As she will engage in play with her people, it's obvious she prefers her feline interactions. Lilah will nip on occasion, her new owner will need to continue working with her on that. For this reason, she should not be homed with small children. Dogs don't bother her too much, as long as they respect her space and do not get in her face. There haven't been any incidents with the dogs in her foster home, but she also does not interact with them. If looking for a playful companion for your kitty, and you're not one who requires a lap cat who seeks out you to snuggle, this pretty girl may be a good fit for you!
If you have any questions or would like to adopt Lilah, please reach out to the adoption group directly. PetSmart Charities does not facilitate the adoption process. Thank you.