• Born: May 2013
  • Breed: DSH
  • Gender: Male
  • Kids: It's a possibility
  • Dogs: It's a possibility
  • Cats: It's a possibility


Why we love Quilty–and you should too!

I’m the original spicy a-hole cat. #freeQuilty

11/12 UPDATE: Quilty is now on a sleepover (which is a, usually, one-week “trial” period where a potential adopter takes an animal to their home to see how it’s going to work out). Here’s the latest update we’ve received from his adopter: “Hi! I just wanted to give you a Quilty update! He is doing really well. He hasn’t tried to hide at all and loves to be in the bed or on the couch snuggled up with one of us. He sleeps under my covers with me like a dog lol. He doesn’t really like the 2 dogs but they leave him alone so there aren’t any problems really, he just doesn’t want to have anything to do with them. I am hoping with a little time, he will get used to them. He hasn’t shown any slickness at all yet; he is the most loving and affectionate cat I have ever met!”

So, apparently, he left all of his spice at the shelter. He also left us a list of recommended cats for adoption, if you are interested if anyone who’s a bit like Quilty. For more Q updates, follow him on Instagram. If you’re looking for a #FreeQuilty shirt, click here.

(My original bio): What is the coolest cat name you’ve ever heard? I think my name, Quilty is the winner! I love my name almost as much as I love a CLEAN litter box and sunning on the balcony. As much as like getting pets, I really don’t like to get belly rubs.

I’m a smart, energetic, laid back fella, but I can be a bit shy. If you have a friendly dog at home that is OK with me, but I’m not sure about young children. I’ve never played with them before, so I don’t know if I like them. I do know that I like to open closed doors. When I see one it challenges me, and I work hard to get it open and I’m usually successful.

Remember the name Quilty and schedule a Meet and Greet with me. I’m ready to go to your house for a sleepover and I’m ready to stay forever.

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