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In shelter Cat

Toronto, ON, M9P 3B6
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Sedona is a Shy (Undersocialized) Cat. Although we have begun the process of socializing her, she is still very much a “work in progress,” and will require the commitment of a LOT of patience, time and effort to help her along this journey. For this reason, Shy Cats benefit from a calm, quiet, household environment, preferably without small children. Shy Cats are not for everyone. While the investment can be rewarding, some Shy Cats will always remain reserved and may never develop into a cuddly lap cat. Please take the time to consider carefully, when choosing a Shy Cat.


Sedona is ready for the unknown!

This beautiful torti girl was found pregnant and wandering by one of our volunteers. Perhaps a calculated and wise decision on her part?! Once delivered of six healthy kittens, this new mama had her paws full! But a dedicated and protective mother she was, and now that her babies are weaned and looking to leave the nest, Sedona is certainly ready to begin her own journey to finding a forever home.

As lovely as her name, this little sweetheart was very skittish at first, mostly hiding and too fearful to move around when a human was nearby. When approached, she would hiss or growl and was known for attacking the backscratcher when it dared show its face! But over time, and with much patience and understanding on the part of her fosters, Sedona has been gaining confidence and is learning to trust, allowing people to approach and occasionally accepting head rubs. Sedona has also begun to choose to spend time  in the same room as her foster...while keeping her distance of course.

Although she is still skeptical, her curiosity for the unknown is definitely present. Climbing on top of furniture or the cat tree, to observe her surroundings is a favourite activity for Sedona, surely an adventurer in the making! Still a timid girl, there hasnt been any evidence, yet, that Sedona is playful, but perhaps she just needs a bit more time to adjust and get comfortable. 

Sedona is ready for her next adventure! A home with many vantage points would work nicely for mapping out food campaigns, but a loving home would satisfy her as well. If youre interested in adopting Sedona, contact the EHS today!
The adoption fee for a single cat at EHS is $175. Take home an adult feline friend for your kitty and the adoption fee for the pair is $300! For kittens under six months of age, the adoption fee is $200...Or double your cuteness quotient and adopt two wee furrballs for $350! If you mix and match (kitten plus cat), the adoption fee is $300. Each of our cats is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, snap tested for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, and flea treated prior to adoption. Kittens are not spayed or neutered until 5 months of age, but the cost of spay/neuter will be covered as part of the adoption.
Interested in adopting Sedona? Its easy! Just click "Adopt a Cat" on the EHS website ( and fill out our "Cat Adoption Form".  An EHS representative will be pleased to help guide you through our contactless adoption procedure.


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