Meow! My name is Sabrina
I am already spayed.
It's fair to say that beautiful Sabrina is ready to sail out of here to her new home. She has had enough of lying around on her lofty comfy bed with dainty paw hanging off counting the days when a prospective new guardian recognizes just how wonderful she is. Friendly and docile - unless you try to pet her back and then she gets a little uppity - this delicate little lady loves sitting next to you and getting her head and chin rubbed. She may seem a little circumspect when you first meet her - she may be "too busy napping" as one Pet Pal wrote. But we bet that when you have her attention and gain her trust all she'll want to do is curl up with you and watch old Audrey Hepburn movies. And once comfortable in her surroundings she can be "fierce" with the feather toys. She may also roll upside-down for a little belly action. You may notice her ear is a bit tattered. Apparently in her past she and a neighbor cat mixed it up. Here at the shelter the Pet Pals report she runs hot and cold with other cats. Perhaps making her an indoor one-and-only cat will stave off future flying fur. P.S. - Sabrina loves Reiki energy. She's what Reiki practitioners call a "sponge."
Primary Color: Brown Tabby
Age: 1yrs 3mths 4wks
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