TRANSFERED: Sweet as Sugar, Pretty as Pie: Adoptable Young Dilute Calico, Atlanta

Sugar6About 6 months ago, the Atlanta animal rescue community was horrified to learn that dozens of cats – all ages, shapes, sizes, and varying degrees of health – had been dumped behind a bowling alley in Snellville, Georgia, where there had been a relatively small and stable feral colony. As a group, we stepped up and found placement for the animals with different rescues and individuals alike. Many of them have now found their forever home and we are thankful for every one of the families that have invited them into their home! Other bowling alley kitties are just now “coming on the market” after being cared for and nursed back to good health. We’d like you to meet Sugar and Salt, two of our sweet bowling alley kitties.

Sugar1Sugar is a sweet 1.5 year old dilute calico. “Dilute” means that her colors are softer and fade gently together, a little like a watercolor painting. Her fur is amazingly soft, too! She is, absolutely, as sweet as sugar, shy and very gentle. She talks to her foster mother all the time – especially when she is about to get food – and likes to snooze with her human. Sugar loves other cats, but would rather not hang out with dogs.

Sugar has a soft white muzzle, a long ringed tail, and long white whiskers along with her watercolor calico colors! She has huge, wide, surprisingly dark amber eyes, too. Sugar visited an adoption event for the first time in early May, and did very well, although although her eyes are sensitive to stress. We know that Sugar will find her forever home soon, and then it won’t be a problem!

Like all SNAP animals, Sugar is fully vetted, spayed and microchipped. Because she is over a year old, her adoption fee is just $25! Sugar can be an only cat in the home, but will probably function best with other company. She will definitely be the shy member of your feline family. We think you would like to meet Sugar, so please drop us a note to arrange it. You can also apply to adopt Sugar online.

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