******SPECIAL NEEDS*****Cloudy eye from virus infection******
******HAS LIVED WITH DOGS**********HAS LIVED WITH CHILDREN******
******Would love to be adopted with sister Pearlie*********
Belle is a social, easy going and playful girl who is really hoping to find that super duper special adopter: one who will see how special she and her sister are and adopt them together. Belle and her days-old siblings were found with their mom in a storm drain after a very bad storm. Mom and all of the kittens developed very bad URI's and it took them a long time to recover. The virus they left some lasting damage on Belle - one of her eyes has a cloudy film over it, and she also has loud nasal breathing. She does not need daily medications, and is a very happy and content kitty. Some of her favorite past times are playing with a string on a stick, napping with her sister and checking out whatever it is the humans around her are doing. As soon as you start scooping litter boxes, she is right next to you monitor the process. We are confident that once she is in a home of her own, she will be equally helpful with putting laundry away, sweeping and other household chores.
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