Cat Kora (yes, that's her full name) is eager to find a permanent home. Cat Kora first came to Tree House September 27, 2007, from the City of Chicago Animal Care & Control. It was determined that she was born in approximately 2001. This beautiful calico is very friendly and adores being petted.
She was first adopted in 2008 however, unfortunately, she was returned to Tree House in 2011 because the adopter was getting married and her fiance has allergies. Poor Cat Kora isn't thrilled to be back at the shelter after having enjoyed having a home for a number of years. She has put on quite a bit of weight since she returned and is currently in Tree House's weight-loss room.
She's is incredibly friendly and a true attention seeker. She particularly enjoys ear scratches and belly rubs. Cat Kora has some hair-loss issues, however it is possibly due to overgrooming. The adoption counselors at Tree House can provide more information.
To provide this wonderful cat with a permanent home or to meet any of our adoptable cats or kittens, visit Tree House Humane Society at 1212 W. Carmen Ave., Chicago, IL 60640. Visit them online at www.TreeHouseAnimals.org . Call 773-584-7488, ext. 235 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.