Poor Nellie's human mom passed away and no one in the family wanted her. They reached out to our group to help but we were full so we helped to get her on a Siamese Rescue website where she immediately was noticed and was adopted. Well, that only lasted a couple of months as the person that adopted her had a senior cat who Nellie kept attacking. I'm not sure if the introductions were done properly and slowly, but to ensure that Nellie doesn't have to be torn out of another home, we would prefer she be adopted into a home with no other pets.
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