Sherby has been spayed and is in great health. She's received regular veterinarian attention and vaccination updates. We've also been giving her a topical anti-parasitic treatment used to kill fleas, mites, and other baddies.
Sherby is the "community cat" at Land of Medicine Buddha in Soquel. She showed up in 2011, possibly dropped off by Project Purr. She's been well taken care over the years, but she's never had a regular longterm caretaker and the living arrangements here preclude her from becoming a house cat -- but that's what she really wants! Because so many people have come and gone while she's lived at LMB, Sherby has learned to adapt to new people being around to feed and take care of her. We believe Sherby is a good candidate for rehoming given her ability to warm up to new people. However, all the time outside hiding from wildlife has made her a little skittish so there's definitely a warming up period when getting to know her. If you're patient and let her dictate the terms of engagement when petting or hanging out with her (basically just let her be the boss), then she will eventually let her defenses down and melt into a cuddle puddle. I've personally witnessed Sherby's personality relax and transform after I allowed her to stay in my room and sleep inside during the cold nights. It seems like she's gotten to the age where she's no longer interested in outdoor shenanigans. We think she'd be a great companion for an adult or retired senior who doesn't own other pets.
Created On: 01-28-2020
Updated On: 01-28-2020
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