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In shelter Cat

Sioux Falls, SD, 57101
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Gray / Blue / Silver)
Coat length:
Estimated DOB: 4/21/21

Meet beautiful Hannah! She came to ACR in April 2022 as a feral with a belly full of babies. The following month, her babies were born and she adopted 4 more. She was an amazing momma! She learned to trust humans while she cared for the babies, and has continued building her relationship with humans over the past year. 

Hannah enjoys a quiet household and older children. She has a passive personality and has done well with other foster cats with similar personalities. She spends most of her days on the cat tree watching out the window as the world goes by. She also loves to snuggle on her human fosters bed and watch bird tv. She enjoys snuggling next to the teenagers  while they play video games or watch movies. They understand she likes things calm and no forced snuggles. She’ll come to you when she’s ready. 

Hannah is definitely looking for a quiet household with family members who will patiently wait for her to adjust. She may spend time hiding and learning to trust her new human friends. Taking time to build a relationship with her is key to ensure the perfect happy ending. It will be worth it as she truly is a sweet lady!

Hannah came to ACR with an eye ulcer that had healed. Her eye has a scar from the ulcer but it doesn’t bother her. Her eye is okay and won’t need to removed due to the scar. 

The best way to earn Hannahs trust is working with her slowly and grab a grooming brush. This lady loves to be brushed! She’ll wiggle down and snuggle next to you while getting a good brushing. She’s not a big fan of toys but likes to watch her foster friends play with them. She does love cat trees and never passes up getting a churu treat!

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All of our adoptable kitties are current on shots, microchipped, altered (if old enough), and litter box trained.



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