A Shelter Full of Hope and Promise

Chai – Adopted September 2022!



Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Gender: Female
Age: approx. 4 months old
Size: small, but growing fast


Energy Level: Kitten Energy! Lots of play with lots of naps
Litter trained? Yes! 
Kids? I am weary of new people at first, so proper supervision, socialization and separation! 
Cats? Yes, with proper supervision, socialization and separation! 
Dogs? Yes, with proper supervision, socialization and separation! 
Medical Needs: Completing this round of core vaccinations, then continuing with yearly appointments

About Me:

Hi, I'm Chai!


I have been in WAG’s care for several weeks now waiting for my forever home. I hope it won't be much longer. When I first arrived in the shelter I was very shy and scared, but now I am a loving and lively girl. I like visits from friends new and old, as long as you don't come on too strong. I like pets but am rarely still for long - I do love to explore the cattery and show off my climbing skills. I may hide at first, but I am very interested in everything that is going on around me in the shelter and am a big fan of feeding time.

I can be gentle, but sometimes I'm a little cheeky and like to be a little rough. This is usually during play is most likely cause I’ve never played with humans before coming here. I will need time, patience and kindness while I learn that being rough during play is not okay.

The love, warmth, food, water, and cozy beds they have given me make me feel happy and I am becoming so brave.  There’s been a lot of changes in my life recently and I would very much like to be adopted by people who understand that time and patience, combined with love and respect is very important for me.


My Purrrfect Match

  • will be ready for a 15+ year commitment!
  • have lots of patience while I learn to feel comfortable with my new family.
  • someone who understands that I might not want to cuddle or be touched all the time.
  • will provide lots of enrichment, scratching towers, toys, catio etc.
  • will keep my health in mind and take me into the vet for yearly checkups.
  • understand that I am still developing and my personality may change over time!
  • will keep me safe and happy, forever.


My Story:

I came into WAG with Masala and Earl, we were housed in a hoarding situation from a nearby town. Thankfully we found a temporary home at WAG where we are all learning to enjoy human company and gain confidence in our new surroundings.

If you cannot adopt at this time, please consider making a donation to WAG. Our care will be extended and it takes lots of resources and time to help under socialized animals become confident.