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Sheba

DOB:  11/04

Female

Photo: Sheba on her scratching track.

POSTED BY TERESA, SHEBA'S RESCUER—

Sheba lived with an older couple and doesn't want to be an only cat. Her behavioral descriptors include:

independent

• submissive with other cats

• calm and cuddly

• reserved at first

• outgoing and friendly

• more flexible than rigid

• manipulative

• more of a cave dweller than a mountain climber

• seeks attention when others get it

Sheba likesbeing petted; small furry mice; other cats; yoga; human contact; laps; scratching carpet rather than furniture; bird watching; ground squirrels; relaxing in the kitchen

She dislikesbeing groomed or clipped; sudden movements; having her claws trimmed; being picked up

Photo:  Sheba the cat.

Photo:  Sheba the cat.
Photo:  Stella and Sheba the cats.
Photo: Sheba doing yoga.
Photo: Sheba on the griddle.

Sheba’s Characteristics

not much

somewhat

quite a bit

very much!

 

Confidencethree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bit

Adaptable to changethree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bit

Plays well with othersthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bit

Activity levelthree paws=quite a bitthree paws=quite a bit

 General Temperamentsweet and loving

Photo: Sheba the cat.


Johnson County Humane Society

JCHS      P.O. BOX 2775      IOWA CITY, IA  52244-2775      JCHS HELPLINE:  319-338-3357

jchs@johnsoncountyhumane.org

Last update—03/04/14