Sasha is a female black and white domestic short hair, born in July 22nd, 2005.
Sasha was the daughter of a barn cat, who turned out to be a friendly kitten. She was rescued by our friend Susan, and adopted into a home where she lived for many years. Sasha was returned to us because of vomiting, which her family was convinced she was doing 'on purpose'. We believe this issue to have been food-related, because her vomiting stopped as soon as she arrived and she was put on a wet food only diet. Sadly, Sasha has to be confined here because she should not be eating dry cat food.
Despite her family break up, Sasha is a happy, well adjusted girl with no medical or behavior problems.
Sasha likes people, and is friendly right from the start. She is sweet and affectionate, without being pushy. She would make a very loving companion.
Sasha gets along OK with other cats. She enjoys but does not require their presence. She could do well either as an only cat, or in a family with other feline members.
Sasha would make a great companion for anyone looking for a loving feline housemate. If you could see Sasha in your family, please call us to come and meet her!
Call Kitty Corner at 315-457-4420 or fill out our adoption application at www.kittycorner.org to meet our adoptable cats and adopt a new member of your family.
Sasha tests negative for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS, has been spayed/neutered, microchipped, and all shots are up to date.
Kitty Corner has a lifetime return policy. If your adopted cat needs to be rehomed at any time, just bring them back to us. We want to be sure that none of our cats is ever homeless again.
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