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Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoptions Inc. 3238 Cherokee Street Kennesaw, GA 30144

501(c)(3) nonprofit organization 

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Tax ID 41-2142032



Gender: Female
Breed: Domestic Short Hair
Secondary Breed: Tabby
Status: Adoptable

A KITTY LOOKING FOR HER MATCH: 2 years old / small

Hi, my name is Suri! I was adopted from Mostly Mutts as a kitten, and - unfortunately, things did not work out in my previous home. I am now back with Mostly Mutts, and I know the right home is out there for me - we just have to find each other!

• OTHER CATS/DOGS/KIDS: I have a friendly curiosity (no hissing or growling) about the adult cats in my foster home, though we are kept separated. With proper introduction and time in my new home, I may like a kitty friend. However, I did NOT like when there were foster kittens in my foster home. I could smell them in the other room and was not a fan of them being there. / Dogs Unknown / Much older and calm children in my home MAY be a good match, but the fast movement and activity of young children would probably rush me, and I really accept people on my own timetable. So, of course, let's meet!

• PERSONALITY INFORMATION: Once I am comfortable with you and know you are my friend, I am a sweet girl who will seek you out for attention. I needed adjustment time in my foster home at first (it took a few weeks in my foster home for me to welcome pets of any kind). This will likely be the case in my new home, as well. My person will need to be calm and patient - able to read my cues for when I do not want affection and letting me come to you (which I now do 99% of the time with my foster mom, who has spent time earning my trust - reading to me, talking to me and just being in the room). I really have blossomed in my foster home – going from being very hand shy to taking treats for my foster’s hand – HUGE! I even let her trim my nails without issue. Now, my favorite thing to do is be with my hooman. I am an excellent lap warmer and will often sit on my foster mom’s lap while she works. When I need a break, I will take a nap close to where she is but keep an eye on her every so often to make sure she doesn’t need me to give her a break with pets.

• SKILLS/LITTER TRAINED STATUS: I do keep my area clean, as I am litter trained. I should tell you, though, this was one of the reasons my previous home did not work out. In my foster home, I use the litter box 99% of the time. But my foster mom has noticed that, if I feel I am not getting as much time with my person as I would like, I may go potty elsewhere to get your attention.

• LIKES/DISLIKES: Once I establish a trusting relationship with you, I love to play. My favorite toy is the feather wand. I will catch it and drop it near my foster, so she can bring it back to life. I’ll even do back flips! I also love to play fetch. I’m a very talented kitty, ‘cause not all kitties play fetch. I also love snuggle time - sleeping right next to her. I’ll even roll over for belly rubs and temple scratches / Loud noise or sudden movements are startling (hence much older kids only), and I can sometimes react to a hand coming towards me if I am surprised by it. Again, building my trust level with patience is key to establishing a lifelong relationship with me. But when I’m 100% comfortable, I am the best snuggle bug.

• MEDICAL: I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped and spayed.

I am looking for a patient, loving owner to give me a calm, wonderful home! My adoption fee is $175.00, and I’m located in Kennesaw, Ga.





Our Mission

The mission of Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is to work closely with animal control officers and other rescue organizations to reduce the number of animals entering into and being euthanized at local shelters.  Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, physical and emotional care to adoptable animals, while we work toward finding them a loving home.  Mostly Mutts is also involved in the community with education and awareness programs primarily in the Metro Atlanta Area