PET OF THE WEEK: Sherbert the cat |

PET OF THE WEEK: Sherbert the cat

Sherbert is a one and a half year old spayed female cat that recently had to have her tail amputated. She also is recovering from a broken back leg. Despite her ailments, Sherbert displays the
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Sherbert is an 18-month old spayed female cat that is sweet, soft and very loving. Sherbert recently had to have the tip of her tail amputated and her back leg is healing after a run in with a vehicle. Despite her ailments, Sherbert continues to show love to everyone that comes her way.

To adopt Sherbert, call the Grass Valley Animal Shelter at 530-477-4630.

For more pet adoptions:

Sammie’s Friends Animal Shelter at 14647 McCourtney Road in Grass Valley, 530-471-5041 or

AnimalSave, 530-271-7071 or

Cal Aussie Rescue Inc., 530-268-1600 or

Scooter’s Pals, 530-350-2099 or

Rescue for Pet Sake, 530-263-3331

Friends Forever, a Cat Sanctuary, 530-885-4228 or

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Chow Chow Rescue of the Sierra Foothills, Mystery Mutts, 530-432-2778, 530-432-2294 or

Chows Plus, 530-277-0476 or

Northern California Border Collie Rescue & Adoptions,

CAPE,, 831-336-4695.

— The Union staff

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