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Adopt or Foster
Gender Female
Status Adopt or Foster

Suki was just weeks old when she, sister Spitfire, and brother Kiseki, were rescued from a cat colony in Kyoto.  Little Kiseki had been gravely injured and needed emergency care in Tokyo, so Suki and Spitfire accompanied their baby brother on the long journey.  While Kiseki was hospitalized and would later undergo brain surgery, Suki and Spitfire came into the care of JCN.

Suki is a playful little girl, who loves hanging out out with her kitty friends.  She is the classic  'little sister', shadowing the older cats at the shelter who have taken her under their wing.  She and Spitfire can often be found cuddling up with their newfound big buddies, Chibi and Tart.  Suki and Spitfire would do very well in a home with other cats!  Having had little experience with humans during a critical period in their development, Suki and Spitfire can be very shy and skittish.  Suki is typically calmer and more accepting than her sister, however, Suki is still learning to enjoy being touched and handled, so she would need a very special family willing to give her lots of time and space and continue to work with her on socialization.   Suki is currently staying at the JCN shelter in Tokyo, but can be available for foster care or adoption in other parts of Japan.

BIRTHDATE: Mid May 2019

INTAKE DATE:  7 July 2019