Cats for Adoption

This beautiful girl's name is Sheba. She's about 1-2 years old. We're not exactly sure of her age because she was found outside as a stray. We're thinking that she must have been someone's pet at some time because she is not feral. She's very sweet. She so wants be loved. Unfortunately as we see with a lot of cats that live outside, Sheba has tested positive for Feline Leukemia. She is doing very well and can live a very happy life but this means that she can only be adopted out to a family who has other kitties that are FeLV positive or she needs to be the only kitty. Because of this she is confined to a cage most of the time right now. The home she is being fostered in has other cats too, so she needs to be kept separate from them. This poor sweet thing doesn't belong in a cage. She needs to be loved. I know adopting a cat is a big responsibility, and adopting one that is FeLV positive can seem really scary. Knowledge is very important. For more information about Feline Leukemia please visit the following website for more information: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/brochures/felv.html  
Please give this pretty little girl a home. Free her from her cage. Oh, by the way, you can tell she didn't really care for the flash on my camera, poor thing.

Sheba (pic. #1)

Sheba (pic. #2)

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