Sheba is a friendly little girl who gets along with cats and dogs. She was abandoned in a home for two weeks when she came to the attention of local neighbors. Sheba and another cat were living on toilet water and dirty dishes until they were rescued with the help of local authorities. She was rescued on a Thursday night and gave birth to four beautiful babies Sunday morning. She is a very small cat and does have a bad habit that needs to be broken. Due to here abandonment, she has a tendancy to get into the garbage can and cruise the kitchen cabinets for any food. If you are interested in meeting Sheba, please contact her foster mom, Kelly, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 319-929-4152.
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