Bandit (about 2 years old as of August, 2017) is a neutered male black tuxedo shorthaired cat. Bandit was caught during a mass trapping of more than 30 cats in Gurnee where sadly 2/3rds of the colony were kittens 4 months and under, proving just how important it is to trap-neuter-return cats as soon as possible. Bandit was one of the 4 month old kittens and was sent on his own to one foster home to be a companion to a lone 4 month old kitten from a different colony. It took him a while to really come out of his shell having had such a late start living with people, but today Bandit is a happy pet cat. He's not the cuddliest guy who will come force his way into your lap or smother you with affection, but he is very outgoing, loves to explore, and always comes running for treats. He is clever and playful, maybe too clever and playful to be around small pets (rodents, birds, unsecured fish tanks, etc.) as true to his name he has ways of figuring out how to get into things he shouldn't be able to. In his foster home he gets along great with other cats and a medium sized cat friendly dog (as long as he isn't being chased!) and is even used to sharing space with small humans! The one bad thing about Bandit is that he hates change and after almost 2 years in his foster home with his half-brother Elwood he has failed at several adoption attempts. We think his best shot and finding happiness in a new home is if Elwood could come with him, and so we are offering the pair at a discounted $100.