My name is Miss Daisy!

Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Miss Daisy
Photo 1 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Miss Daisy
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Photo 3 - Domestic Shorthair Kitten for adoption in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Miss Daisy
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The Bella Foundation

Facts about Miss Daisy

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 33832178
  • Hair: Unknown
My name is Daisy and this is my story. When my two brothers and I were found, we were alone. We didn’t know what a human was and we were all very scared, especially me and one of my brothers. Well, honestly, I was the most scared. When my human tried to pick me up, all I could do was hiss and meow while trying to get away from her. I didn’t know that she was trying to help me, because I was just that scared. My human kept us a little longer than she usually does, because she wanted to make sure we would be alright with other humans, so I am about 2 ½ months old. My human played with me and talked to me A LOT. She told me how pretty I was and how special I was. In fact, she said she gave me the name Daisy, because I was like a delicate flower that needed special care. When she would feed me, she would touch my head and pet my back; and that’s kind of how it all started. I was really nervous when she’d touch me and would sometimes run away; and try to hide or I would hiss at her, but she just kept doing it. Each time got better and better; and easier. She continued engaging me in play activities and she would pet me every chance she got!! I eventually learned that this human was okay, that her petting made me feel good, and that I didn’t need to always be afraid. Once I began trusting her, she would ever so delicately lift me into her arms for a few seconds and put me back down. She did so much work with me that I soon realized everything was going to be okay. I absolutely love lying by my human’s feet and rubbing on her legs. I also bring my toys over to her feet and play. When she reaches down to pet me, I will roll over on my back, so that she can pet my tummy. I was told by my human that’s a huge sign of trust considering where we started from!! I like to be talked to while you are petting me or holding me and I will purr. If I don’t stay very long in your arms, it will not be because I don’t like you, it will be because I am still learning that everything is going to be okay. I know that I need to sit still when it’s time for my nails to be clipped, I am litter box trained, and I really like my canned Friskies and Kitten Chow. My human also gave me treats called Friskies Party Mix and oh my..........are those things ever good!! If you decide that I am the kitty for you, please remember I am still a bit delicate and will need some time to get acclimated to a new environment. If you keep talking to me, playing with me, and petting me, I will come around. My human recommends a home with older aged children or a home that’s not quite so busy or noisy. I have been around my human’s dogs and they are okay, but they can make a lot of noise sometimes and that does make me nervous. So, if you think you can handle this "delicate, yet stunningly beautiful kitty", will you be my forever home?!

About The Bella Foundation

About Our Rescue Group...

Every year thousands of animals are euthanized or sent home to die because the people who love them cannot afford the cost of veterinary care. Stray and abandoned animals have even fewer options when they are brought into a clinic or veterinary office with no owner to pay for their care.

At The Bella Foundation, we believe that every animal should receive the best possible care regardless of the owner's ability to pay. When an owner brings an animal into a clinic for care and cannot afford the cost, the attending veterinarian can contact The Bella Foundation for assistance. If assistance is given, the owner must agree to volunteer at least 8 hours of their time at a local animal shelter. Stray or abandoned animals are cared for with no stipulation attached.

The Bella Foundation takes the placement of animals in homes very seriously and our goal is to do everything possible to match the right animal with the right animal. Our adoption application can be found on our website.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold adoption reaches every Saturday at PetSmart locations around Oklahoma City.

1st Saturday - Pennsylvania & Memorial PetSmart
2nd Saturday - NW 63rd & May PetSmart
3rd Saturday - Pennsylvania & Memorial PetSmart
4th Saturday - NW 63rd & May PetSmart

Our Adoption Process...

To adopt a pet from Bella please visit and click on Adoption Application.

Each of the pets in our adoption program are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, heartworm tested (dogs), FLV/FIV tested (cats), dewormed, given flea, tick, and heartworm preventative, and are microchipped before being adopted. Cats one year old and older are $75 and kittens under one year of age are $100 to adopt. Dogs & puppies are $175 to adopt.