Sherman came to us from a bay area lumber yard, where he was born with his siblings to a feral mom. The foreman of the crew contacted us for help after finding the tiny kittens tucked away behind some tools. The mother cat had been spotted once but was too afraid of the busy yard to return to her kittens. The foreman sent us a picture of the kittens so that we could assess their age, and we could tell instantly that the five kittens were in distress. Transport was arranged immediately, but, unfortunately, by the time the kittens arrived, only two were still alive. Sherman and his sister, Hina Sabrina, were less than a week old when they came to us. Hina grew quickly and met all the normal kitten milestones, while Sherman, was a bit delayed. Shermie has always been small for his age and at 3 weeks old, he had a facial abcess which caused a deformity in his jaw. During his short life, Sherman has also experienced an upper respiratory infection and a urinary issue that he contracted thanks to his sister. In spite of his struggles, Sherman has grown to be the nicest, friendliest, sweetest and most well adjusted kitten.