Sheba's owner passed away and she was left behind with noone to care for her as he didn't have any family. The estate executor didn't care about her. Fortunately the owner made friends with tenants at an apartment that he managed and she knew he had cats and went to find out what became of them. She found them in a neglectful state and decided she's find them a new loving home. She contacted us and asked for help as she wants to make sure it is a loving home with good people.
Sheba is a chirper and loves to talk to you and even more so loves nothing more than her purple brush. You don't even need to do the work just hold it for her she will do the rest. She is starved for attention and so so sweet.
Sheba is a senior girl at 10 years of age, spayed, declawed and up to date on vaccines. Give this senior a second chance.
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