My name is Sylvie!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in New York, New York - Sylvie
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in New York, New York - Sylvie
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Anjellicle Cats Rescue

Facts about Sylvie

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black & White Or Tuxedo
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: P2441
  • Hair: Short
Sylvie (aka Tripod or Bandit) was found in August 2016 in Midwood Brooklyn with a badly fractured humerus (right front leg) and life-threatening pyometra (infection of the uterus). A fully grown cat, she was emaciated at only 5 lbs and missing large patches of fur. She was as sweet as could be and wouldn’t have survived another week without veterinary attention.

This kitty’s luck changed when she was scooped up by an Anjellicle volunteer and immediately taken to one of Manhattan’s best orthopedic surgeons. Unfortunately, the fracture was old and splintered, and given the drastic pyometra infection, the doctor decided it best to amputate the leg at the shoulder.

Fast forward a few months and Sylvie has made a complete recovery! She’s missing a leg, but that doesn’t stop her from running around the apartment and playing with the other cats, and boy does she love other cats (she also adores our calm dog). Her fur has completely grown back in with a healthy shine and she has gained the weight of a normal cat. She greets her foster mom at the door every day when she returns from work, and overall just loves people and wants to be sitting on your lap or next to you at all times. Sylvie has a low-pitched meow, and uses it to communicate with you (but will not use it to wake you up in the morning). She uses the litter box perfectly, loves the scratching post and is getting used to having her nails trimmed. She is spayed, tested FIV/FELV negative, up to date on shots and microchipped. She is an absolute love and craves a home with other cats to call her own. Could it be yours? Svlvie was born around 8/8/15.

About Anjellicle Cats Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Anjellicle Cats Rescue is a no-kill, all-volunteer,
not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We are a member
of the Mayor's Alliance and a New Hope Partner with
the New York Animal Care & Control (ACC). For over ten years, this Hell's Kitchen shelter has been a lifeline
for abandoned, stray, and neglected cats and kittens.
In addition, we work closely with the ACC to pull out
those who are in danger of being euthanized due to
overcrowding. Each one is welcomed with kindness and medical attention, with the goal of placement into a permanent, loving home.

Well-known within the Broadway community, we have been featured on Fox 5 Morning Show, New York 1 Television and in Time Out magazine. We always enjoy meeting new volunteers and people who share our mission -- to compassionately rescue, care for and place New York City's homeless cats and kittens.

Come in today to see our "cat room" and maybe you'll
find a new friend -- one of our truly "Anjellicle

Come Meet Our Pets...

If you've found the cat of your dreams and wish to begin the adoption process, you only need to call or email Anjellicle Cats Rescue and arrange to meet a representative at Spoiled Brats, 340 W. 49th St.. Adoptions are done by appointment although there is usually someone on site every evening from 6 - 8pm.

Our Adoption Process...

Once you've filled out an application, someone will go through an adoption package with you with updated information on cat care. We require a donation of $125 for one cat or $225 for two. The kitten or cat will then be personally delivered to their new home.

All cats have been tested for the Feline Leukemia and FIV virus, vaccinated with FVRCP (3 in 1) and spayed or neutered. We believe it is much kinder to adopt kittens with another kitten or cat unless there is already a cat in their new household.