During his two-year stay at the Clarendon House Condominiums in Fayetteville, Terence of Avila behaved as most cats do.
He ate, slept and purred inside unit 301 where he lived with his owner, Thomas Malloy, the pastor at St. Ann Catholic Church.
The coziness at the kitty condo ended July 17, when the Clarendon House Homeowners’ Association sued Malloy and the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Raleigh, in whose name the condo was titled.
The association wanted the cat out. Terence was breaking the association’s restrictive covenants.
I just have to like a priest who would name their cat Terence of Avila. I wonder if it levitates when it coughs up hair balls?