Give it up for Bella B who just when we thought we had her figured out pulled a 360 and transformed into a totally different cat! To our delight, Bella B recently surprised us with a dramatic personality change we never saw coming. After returning to the shelter due to a move, Bella B did not settle in well and only seemed to feel rotten. She refused to let us love on her and instead hid behind a mask of fear with a growl, hiss or swipe always ready for when you got to near. We had just about resigned to the fact that she would be with us for good when a change of environment produced a miracle to our cheer. Bella B now resides in a calmer, lower traffic room that has made her feel safe enough to be her true lap-loving, affectionate self that’s a pleasure to have near. She now likes to get attention and will even climb up on a lap to cuddle in for some gentle pets when people pay her a visit. We will say that Bella B will probably need some time to adjust to any new home and definitely needs a tranquil environment to maintain a pleasant side but with some patience and understanding we have no doubt this special kitty will make a very rewarding furry friend. She’s spayed, vaccinated, tested neg. for FeLuk/FIV and micro-chipped. 734 461-9458
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