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Code: BFT2022
Pet name:
Tortoiseshell, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Coat length:
Petite, gentle, Senior lady 
Sugar is a 12 year old Tortie.  She’s a quiet, calm, petite cat (around 6 lbs), and she gets along great with other cats.  This sweet girl has been through a lot lately – her foster mom died unexpectedly in Nov. so Sugar and several of her foster mates went to live in a cattery at a boarding facility.  During that time, Sugar lost a lot of weight and was diagnosed with diabetes and had to spend a week at the vet’s in order to be monitored closely.   She has now recovered, is on twice daily insulin and is back to her usual inquisitive self. 
Sugar has a crooked bob tail with some fused vertebrae along with some toes that are also fused together but they just add to her  charm.   This sweet girl would just like a quiet, permanent home where she can sleep in a soft bed and get some loving attention.
If you are interested in Sugar and would like to fill out a Cat Adoption Application, please go to: . Submitting an application does not obligate you to adopt, but it initiates contact with us and gets the process started.  If you have questions prior to filling out the application, email us at and a volunteer will get back to you.


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