Could Sheeba be the queen of your heart and home? She was found as a stray on the streets of Racine and deserves to find a furever home where she’ll be loved for the rest of her life.
The staff at the Wisconsin Humane Society tell Racine County Eye that Sheeba is about 10 years old, but that’s about all they know about her.
“It’s a mystery as to where Sheeba has been living the first 10 years of her life, but she could be spending the next ten with (a family of her own),” WHS spokesperson Angela Speed said. “She’s a gorgeous kitty with a sleek black coat and a quiet demeanor; she just needs a home to call her own.”
She described Sheeba as a quiet cat who loves to have her chin scratched. Sheeba did need dental surgery to extract a cracked tooth, Speed added, but she’s recovering well.
Because Sheeba is an adult cat, her adoption fee is waived. If you think you could give Sheeba the furever home she needs, call the Racine campus of WHS at (262) 554-6699.
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