As a kitten, Belle had a severe respiratory infection and an eye infection, that left her with cloudiness in one of her eyes. This does not interfere with her at all (in fact, she thinks it makes her extra special!) and will not require any ongoing vet care. Later, Belle developed a large nasopharyngeal and ear growth, known as a polyp. Luckily our vets found it and it was surgically removed. Due to the fast growth of the polyp and subsequent surgery, Belle lost hearing. She also continues to have a mild respiratory wheeze that does not hinder her in any way, but will need to be monitored in her forever home.
Despite all this, Belle is the SWEETEST, most affectionate kitty you will meet. She is outgoing, friendly, and very attached to her humans. Belle gets along wonderfully with cats and do well in a home with other kitties. She also is in foster care with a goofy big dog, and does just fine with him.
If you think you can offer a special home for this special girl, fill out an app today! Belle can't wait to meet you!
Belle is spayed, microchipped, up to date on vaccines, has full medical records for her past history, and has tested negative for FIV/FeLV.
Interested in this cat? Fill out the application at http://www.thephillykitty.org/adoption-application.html
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*Please note that we are an all-volunteer run organization and will respond as soon as possible.
Our Adoption Fee is $95: it includes a complete medical exam, age appropriate vaccinations including rabies, spaying or neutering, feline leukemia (FeLV) FIV testing, microchipping, preventative flea treatment, de-worming, and any other medically appropriate treatment as needed. Common ailments such as upper respiratory infections and bacterial infections, as well as any other medical issues, are treated to prior to adoption.
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