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In shelter Cat

Wheaton, IL, 60187
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Reia has been with St. Sophias Forgotten Felines since April 10th, 2016. She found herself without a home when her previous owners moved away and left her outside to fend for herself. Luckily, a St Sophias volunteer found her, and we were able to give her a new start. 

Over the past years, we have learned a lot about Reia. She does not enjoy the company of other animals and needs to be an only cat. Her favorite activity is lounging in a sunny window or in her cat bed. She enjoys a good pet session. She prefers head and neck scratches to anything else and will tell you when she is ready to be left alone. Reia also prefers a canned food diet and very rarely eats dried food. She was recently diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism which we are treating with trans-dermalmedication. This is the most stress-free way to administer the medication and is very easy to do! She will require occasional visits to the vet to monitor her thyroid levels but this should just be every few months. Reia will require a little patience while settling into her new home and learning a new environment. She has been patiently waiting for her chance and is unsure why she has been overlooked for so long. She would love a home of her own to live out her golden years. We know there is a perfect home out there for Reia, could that be yours?

Reia is spayed, microchipped, treated for all parasites, combo-tested negative, and has age-appropriate vaccines. Her adoption fee is $50. Please call or text 847-773-7639 or email for more information.


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