FEB 26- Sasha is ready for a calm quiet home. She loves the company of another cat! She purrs and comes to her foster mommy. She is always ready for a head scratch.
JAN 18---Sasha is such a sweet girl. She is nervous until you actually touch her, it's the reaching that scares her...but then, she just purrs and rolls around wanting more scratches. She will rub her head against your hand if your stop. She will still need a quiet calm home, but she is becoming more and more outgoing every day.
Dec 18--- Sasha is eating and going to the bathroom normally now! Yay. She is still pretty shy, but she loves to be brushed and have her head scratched. She needs a patient adopter, and a quiet calm home. She is fine with another cat for company. She shares a room with a 13 year old cat in her foster home. As long as the other cat is not a dominant type or very young ,wild, and playful. Poor Sasha had a rough start in life, but she has so much love to give. She is learning trust. Can YOU help her?
Nov 18, 2015---Sasha was so non-active we took her in for an xray. It was discovered that the poor girl's bowels were impacted, she was completely full. The vet performed an enema, and now she feels much better. She is still very quiet and shy, but she loves to curl up and cuddle on your lap. She is so full of love, she will just need patience and a calm home to blossom in. She is just a year old, and had been out on the streets and already had a litter of kittens. She will learn how wonderful people and indoor life can be vey quickly. Does YOUR house sound like the perfect place for this petite, beautiful girl?
Nov 4, 2015---Poor Sasha is just another young, inexperienced mom who was fending for herself on the streets. Her 3 kittens were discovered on a cold evening in October under a shrub, but she hadn't been caring for them as much as she should have. She was just a baby herself after all. Sasha was trapped in a matter of minutes, she was so hungry. She is now spayed, has a rabies and distemper, been tested negative for Leukemia/FIV, and flea treated.
Her kittens are doing well in foster care now, and Sasha is in a foster home with other cats. She is vey docile, quiet, and shy still. She needs a quiet, calm, patient adopter. She loves her head and ears scratched, but is still not comfortable being held. She will sit on your lap to get petted. She looks mean in her pictures, but she's not at all, just still a little scared.
Sasha would be ok with another calm adult cat or as an only spoiled princess.
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