Bella came to LOA needing immediate help. She had a pretty serious injury to the inside of one of her back legs and needed vet care right away. After several weeks of medications and TLC, she is completely healed and has integrated herself into her foster home as the established Queen of all she sees. Lol She lives with two male cats and can co-exist just fine, but she really seems to prefer all of the attention for herself. So a home with a submissive existing cat might be okay, but she would be very happy as an “only child” also. Her favorite things are to have a stool or chair pulled up to the window where she can chatter to the birds, little toy mice she can toss around and FOOD! She doesn’t miss a meal! Bella is loving and sweet with her foster mom and has no problem asking for attention. Her fur is super soft and she loves to be petted on your lap or behind your shoulders sitting on the sofa. After just a couple of minutes with a newcomer, she greets all of the new guests into the home and seems to be quite confident and loving to all. Bella has a sweet playful side, but not the frenetic energy of a kitten – she “chills” for most of the day. Do you have room in your home and heart for this Calico beauty? Write to us at email@example.com for more information or come by and see us most Saturdays at the North Richland Hills Petsense Store (5615 Rufe Snow Drive) from 11-3p.
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