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Maya

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment
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Maya came to us on 1/29/20.  She barely escaped euthanasia at AHS, as we struggled to find a foster for her, and someone miraculously came through at the last second.  Whew!  She was approximately 9 years old upon intake, and sadly, she is front declawed.  So far, her foster mama finds her to be friendly, affectionate, and playful, but she does overstimulate, and trigger into hissing and swatting.  We believe this behavior will improve over time, as she decompresses from the shelter stress, and acclimates to her foster home.  Her foster home has a dog and other cats, so we will also have the chance to see how she does with other animals.


Sylvester

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment
Sylvester

Sylvester came to us on 1/15/20.  He was originally seized from a hoarding situation, and surrendered to AHS, along with about 15 other cats from the same property.  He did well at AHS when kept in an office, but he couldn’t hack it on the adoption floor, and was having absolutely none of the kennel life.  Very crabby boy!  But he was reported to be friendly in his previous home, and now that he’s in a comfy foster home, we believe he will turn into an absolute marshmallow, in due time.  Stay tuned for updates!


Cheryl (right), Sansa (middle), and Tormund (left)

Status: Mixed (see below)

These three lovelies were trapped by a member of our board on 7/10/19. Cheryl is the mother of the two kittens. They were completely feral, and their foster mom has worked diligently with them.  Tormund has come around socially, and is now available for adoption.  Sansa shows promise, but still needs some work.  Cheryl has not come around, and we are working on getting her to the vet to be spayed and updated on vaccines, so that she can be transferred to a local sanctuary.