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Lena

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment
Lena
Lena came to Suzie’s Cat Refuge on 7/9/20, from the AHS Coon Rapids shelter, and was believed to be approximately 10 years old at the time of intake.  Sadly, she is front-declawed.  Her previous owner had left her with a family member before moving her out of state.  We are uncertain as to the exact reason she was surrendered to AHS.  So far, in her foster home, she has been friendly and playful, but also somewhat unpredictable.  She turns from friendly to hissy fairly quickly.  We recently moved her to a different foster home, because it turns out she’s quite stressed by the presence of other cats.  Her new foster mama may decide to adopt her, once we’ve had the chance to address some minor health concerns.


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Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment
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BB came to us on 7/3/20, from the AHS Golden Valley shelter.  He had been part of an unwanted litter from a stray cat found by the surrenderer.  He was the only one of his crew that did not want to interact with people, which we suspect may have been due to his eye condition.  He came to the shelter with a severely ulcerated eye that was on the verge of rupture, and could not be saved.  No doubt, he was in serious pain at that time.  Since coming to Suzie’s Cat Refuge, BB has grown comfortable in his foster home.  He still hides when his foster mama approaches, but he is eating and using his litter box, and shows signs of playing when no one is there (toys moved about the room, etc.).  We suspect that this little guy may take some time to come around, but we believe that with patience, he will warm up over time.  He was believed to be approximately 4 months old at the time of intake.


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 came around socially, and was adopted in March of 2020.  Sansa has shown some recent promise, and we think she will be adoptable over time.  Cheryl has still not come around much, but her foster mama has decided to keep her.