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Sloane

Sloane, now known as Suguh, was covered in fleas and suffering from an upper respiratory infection when she and her littermates were brought to the Humane Society of Summit County. With some TLC and medication, Sloane was ready for her forever home!

Here's what her forever family had to say about her:

Thank you does not even begin to say how thankful we are that you have helped to bring Suguh into our lives!!! We are from the south and she is extremely sweet so therefore, we gave her the southern pronunciation of the word 'sugar.' Her full name now is: Suguh Psycho McSmith. Psycho because she is still a kitten and is always up to something and McSmith is a hybrid of both my last name and my sister's last name. Since adopting Suguh, I was diagnosed with cancer. I have had two surgeries and she was right by my side when I came home. My sister had to have a pacemaker put in and the same thing again, Suguh cuddled with her. Again, thank you so very much!

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