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In shelter Cat

Lacona, NY, 13083
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Applications open 

Sushi  update 
- All of his siblings have now been adopted, and he is now hanging with Macadamia and Pistachio.  Since his original posting Sushi has been working on developing better people skills, and has made great strides in being more social. He has become a bit of a talker with his foster parents, letting them know when breakfast and dinner are simply taking too long for his little belly to handle. Instead of spending his days hiding away, now after play he can often be found on the couch close by to his foster mom if he isnt in her lap, although he does still greatly enjoy the tallest perch of the cat tree so he can survey his kingdom (or stalk one of the other kittens, he loves to surprise pounce and wrestle). We believe Sushi has the temperament to do well on his own, but would greatly prefer a playmate (see above about pouncing and wrestling).  As a reminder, Sushi has been raised around older cats and large calm cat savvy dogs, and does well with both.  Sushi does tend to play pretty rough (he truly thinks he is Wolverine), so a home with older children may be best for him.

Sushi is a sweet, shy black male with a teeny tiny patch of white on his chest.  While he is vying (closely) with Bento to be biggest of the litter, he is instead reigning champion of being most cautious, and takes his time checking out his surroundings before venturing out to play.  Once he feels there are no surprises, he likes to play on his cat tree, with chase toys that can be thrown (balls, mice, springs) or for his person to play with a wand toy with him. Although he has been raised with other cats and large dogs, he can still be easily startled and intimidated by dogs, so would do best in a home with older calmer dogs and children.  When he feels comfortable you will find him lounging with a sibling in the sun or playing quietly on his cat tree, if he is frightened he can disappear into a hiding spot so well you will wonder if you adopted a chameleon.  Sushi is a kitty who will blossom with patience and time to allow his confidence to bloom, and may benefit from a sibling to aid with that.

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They have been examined, vaccinated, dewormed, treated for fleas, felv/fiv tested negative and spayed/neutered. An adoption donation of $100 is being asked to cover a portion of their veterinary and living expenses. For more information go to or complete an application at
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 Adoptions limited to a 500 mile radius of Pulaski, NY and pets must be viewed in person by all family members prior to adoption; animals will not be shipped to their new homes. Veterinary reference check and adoption donation also required. Check out our homepage for a full list of our adoption requirements.


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