You’ll probably hear Sugar before you see her. This is one talkative feline! When you do meet her, you’ll see that she’s a pretty girl. Sugar is small-to-medium in size, with a mostly brown tabby coat accented with a bit of white on her muzzle and chin. She has lived with one family for her entire life (she was born in the spring of 2002), but, sadly, that family was displaced from their home and had to give up their beloved pets.
Sugar is a docile, affectionate cat. We know she lived with dogs, but she was intimidated by one of the dogs, who was much bigger than she was (there may have been a behavioral issue on the part of that dog as well, but we do not know).
Like most seniors, Sugar has a couple of health issues. She has early renal disease, which we are monitoring via blood work (if you don’t know about early renal disease in cats, it does not automatically progress quickly. It can remain stable for a long time). Sugar also has cataracts, which we will watch carefully.
We’re looking for a special adopter for Sugar. This girl has had one very tough break, and we’re trying to find someone with a very big heart who can surround her with the TLC she deserves