Sabrina was rescued from the county shelter where she could not emotionally handle the environment there. Sabrina was called all sorts of names by the employees there. After saving her it was also learned that she was tortured by kids were she was previously living. Sabrina has had a rough life, so she understandably, is having difficulties with change. Sabrina needs someone who has time, patience, and love to get her to understand that people are not all bad. She is very affectionate at times, and other times you need to know when to let her be. Sabrina is highly food motivated. The hand that feeds her is the hand she loves. Sabrina is fixed, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, and is microchipped. If interested call Jennifer at 617-697-5645 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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