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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!


Scarlet (formerly named Tinsel)

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment
Scarlet
Scarlet came to us on 12/31/19.  She was surrendered to AHS by a person who had found her outside, and kept her in their home for about a month.  She was reported to be friendly, but also a little skittish.  At AHS, she liked to be petted, but would not come out of hiding, which makes her a far more suitable candidate for a foster-based rescue.  Scarlet’s foster mama is still working diligently with her.  She still likes to hide, but has shown to be playful, and easy to handle.  Scarlet was about five months old, as of 1/20/20.


Arya

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment

Arya is a part of the litter featured below, but is not included in the photograph with the others, because she was a little more difficult to trap, and didn’t come into our program until a few days later. She is still very scared and fractious, and in spite her foster mommy’s hard work to gain her trust, Arya continues to be quite scared of humans.  We haven’t decided where she will go yet, but we believe she will most likely be transferred to a local sanctuary.



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

Status: Undergoing health and behavior assessment

These three lovelies were trapped by a member of our board on 7/10/19. Cheryl is the mother of the two kittens. They are completely feral, and their foster mom is still working diligently with them.  Tormund has come around socially, and is listed as “available” on the Available for Adoption page.  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.