I am already spayed, a special needs pet, and up to date with shots.
Wilma was brought into care with a large group of "stray" cats that were taken into a home to keep safe. There were many babies in the mix and mothers, young and old were "sharing" babies.
Although they were safe out of the weather, many of the animals were scared or sick (due to the large number). Once in the care of SDHS they were medically treated, vaccinated, those that were able spayed/neutered, microchipped and getting ready for adoption.
Wilma is one of the more shy ladies who was able to continue to feed the babies. She is still very nervous of loud noises and lots of commotion, however she does love to be spoken to quietly and will sometimes let pet her shortly. She is a beautiful girl with lots of patience to find the purrfect home for her!
If you have lots of patience to share time with Whilma, please open your heart and home!