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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Carrollton, VA, 23314
Pet name:
American Shorthair
Gray / Blue / Silver

Pronounced See-Sue

Named after the Disney character in Raya and The Last Dragon. Her mom is named Raya and Sisu was the last dragon. The movie depicts a warrior princess Raya, who partnered with Sisu, the last dragon, with hopes of restoring the dragon gem.

Its only fitting since Sisu was the last surviving kitten of mama Raya. Sisu was pulled from the shelter with her mom and 4 kitten siblings. All contracted panleuk, and were admitted to the emergency vet. Only Sisu and her mom, Raya, survived.

Sisu is 4 months old and is UTD on vaccinations, microchipped, flea and parasite free, tested negative for FIV/FeLV and spayed.

This little girl has the cutest whiskers that curl down like Fu Manchu.

She is the most unique kitten! She loves snuggling with her mom and playing with the other kitties in her foster home!

Adopters must be 23 and live in the Hampton Roads area. There are additional requirements for active duty military.

For more information email or to adopt fill out an application here
Magpie & Daisy's Pet Rescue (757) 737-9727


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