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In shelter Cat

New York, New York, 11354
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Black (Mostly)
Sissi is a 3 years old girl picked up from a maintained colony. She was startled, hungry, and pregnant.  Unfortunately because life outside is so difficult, most of her babies didn’t make it and she had a medical issue arise. Her balance became very bad and her ability to run significantly decreased; that’s when the rescuer was able to trap her.  She went through an extensive surgery to remove an huge polyp from her ear that affected the balance. She was spayed, vaccinated, dewormed and microchipped.  

Her balance has improved about 90% now and she is a very sweet girl; happy, playful and unique.  She loves to be touched, but is not yet comfortable with being held off the ground. She is non-confrontational with her feline roommates and low key.  She is seeking the rescuer’s attention, but is timid with other family  members.

Sissi will thrive in a one cat household or partnering with another non-confrontational feline; she needs a calm environment with a family that will give her individualized attention. Loving Sissi will not be hard once you get to know her. She will be a perfect companion!

DOB 5/1/18


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