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In shelter Cat

Chicago, IL, 60654
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Please meet Schatize! Such a gorgeous senior girl, Schatize came to the shelter when her former owner could no longer care for her. Schatize is nice girl who can start off a bit shy and may need a slow introduction to her new home. With a little time and love, Schatize is sure to show you more of her wonderful personality and soon become a wonderful new family member! Schatizes ideal home would be an all-adult home, as the activity of children may be too much for her. When Schatize arrived at the shelter, her coat was quite matted. Schatize will need regular brushing to keep her looking and feeling her best, but will no doubt enjoy the attention!

Schatize is one of our Special Care pets, which means she requires a bit more love. Schatize is a senior who is a bit overweight, so she will need your help and that of your vet to help her slim down safely. Our vets also suspect that she has arthritis, which will also need ongoing monitoring and care. She is currently on an anti-pain/anxiety med, so we recommend she continues that in her home. If you have questions regarding this pet, we encourage you to reach out to your adoption guide during your onsite visit or email

If you are looking for a low-key gal who would appreciate a quiet and calm lifestyle where she can take long lazy catnaps and just hang out with you, then Schatize would love to meet you. If interested, please stop by The Anti-Cruelty Society and say hello to this beautiful girl today!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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