You can certainly admire Wila for her beauty, but you have to also admire her resilience. She didn’t have an easy life before coming to the Connecticut Humane Society, and she was very nervous when she arrived and even for a few weeks after. She found comfort in her hidey house, but not yet in people. But soon, after observing the humans taking care of her, she started to want some pets…and purred…and kneaded at her blankets. A couple of weeks later, she was out of her hidey house and asking for attention. She’s now head-butting her human pals, purring, and enjoying getting pet. This 7-year-old kitty may need some adjustment time in her new home, but once she’s settled and feels safe, she wants to be your best friend.
Visit CThumane.org/adopt to learn more. An online application can be found in each pet’s profile. CHS is a private organization with locations in Newington, Waterford and Westport and the reduced-fee Fox Memorial Clinic for owned pets, and is not affiliated with the government or any other animal welfare organizations. CHS’ work is made possible 100% through the generosity of donors.