Sheeba is a classy lady who is not actually named after the fancy food, but instead has much more significance to it. In whichever culture you prefer this girls name actually means Beauty or Promise. This special soul is just adorable and doesn’t have a bad bone in her body and is just trying to catch a break after she has been through several homes in the space of 6months. She just wants some love and security and a stable home with someone who will love and brush this amazing fluffball, help her trim her waistline and enjoy some cracking head bumps too. She would prefer to live in an adult home and will need a quiet place to call home as that's what she knows and that what she deserves. So, if you want to be part of the tortie party, keep reading to see if you could be her purr-fect match and give her the fur-ever home she deserves…
Sheeba has been behaviourally assessed and given preventative treatment at Mayhew in the form of vaccinations and flea and worming treatment. She was previously neutered and microchipped before arriving in our care where she also had a clean and polish of her teeth. Our vets noticed she had a few others missing and was otherwise in good shape but could do with losing a little weight. This will be Sheeba's 2nd attempt at finding her fur-ever home. After her first owner passed away we thought her next home would be her last but sadly a sudden un-expected change in situation meant Sheeba has been back since mid August and is looking for love again. So please be sure that if you want some Sheeba Sheebs goodness in your heart, make sure you're Tortie4life!
If you are interested in adopting Sheeba, please read the information below including the 'Other notes' section, to check your circumstances match theirs. If they do, please take a look at our current rehoming process, and fill out an application form.Application form
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