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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

New York, NY, 10009
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Coat length:
Hi, Im little Sheri. 

Some jerk threw me out onto the Sheridan Expressway [hence my name] where  I curled up at the base of a traffic cone at the median for over a day. A kind soul spotted me and somehow got me out of there with all those cars speeding by right next to me. He asked Fur Real NYC to help me find a home so they took me in. Im super happy to be alive, and I demonstrate it with lots of affection and loud purring.

The rescue folks mistook me for a mostly white calico girl until I went to the vet in late July and my boyhood was revealed. I do have delicate features, and my demeanor and coloring lend themselves to appearing female, so Im not surprised they thought that way.  

Im still slightly small, but am ready to come be a part of your family if youll have me. 

Note: My adoption fee is $175. When I am  7-8 months old, FRNYC will arrange my neuter with my adopters, as I am too young to be safely neutered now. 

Sheri, like all of our young kittens, must be adopted into a home that already has a young, friendly cat or adopted with another kitten, as kittens do best if they have a friend to play and grow with.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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