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In shelter Cat

Fair Haven, VT, 05743
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Beautiful void house-panther aloof mouser!

Suva’s foster mom thinks she is going to make a great mouser: she sticks her butt high in the air and wiggles it before pouncing on her “prey”! She would make a good low-maintenance companion/friend for another cat as well because she likes cats.

Suva is comfortable coming out, playing, and eating while her foster mom is in the room. Suva is more on the timid side, and may or may not become friendly over time. Currently, she can not be touched. We would consider a barn location for her as well. We have not seen signs of aggression. Suva is part of  The Feline Connections Phantom Feline program. You can read more about that here:

Suva is from the Captial Cities barn. She has been spayed, has age-appropriate vaccines, and has a microchip. We believe she was born in April 2021.

Interested in giving Suva a loving (and patient) home or barn? Please fill out an adoption application from her webpage here:

The Feline Connection is a foster-driven cat rescue. We are always looking for new Foster Families. Learn more about The Feline Connection on our webpage:


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