You may remember the story of Bella and her brother Beano from earlier this year.
They started out with a loving family, but over time their father lost his job and the family encountered other trying personal issues so eventually they ended up on the street. Prior to that time, the cats lived inside and were well taken care of, but, as we all know, life happens.
Luckily, we were able to find both of them new homes, but unfortunately Bella's situation did not work out because of the other cat in her house. She gets along great with dogs and people, but it appears her and her brother have both had a hard time adjusting to other cats...perhaps it's because of the time they spent fending for themselves outside. Her new owners were heartbroken, but they had to return her to us.
She has since been living with one of our foster volunteers who brought her to the vet where her story took a new turn...she has tested mildly positive for feline leukemia. However, this is not a death sentence like you might assume. The vet says she can live anywhere from 3-10 years, which means she may have a long life ahead of her and deserves a chance to live it out in a peaceful, happy setting.
This, of course, requires a special person or family who is willing to open their hearts and their home to give her this happy ending.
Bella can be extremely affectionate...she will wake you up with gentle nudges in the morning and just loves to be near people and sleep. She would be the perfect companion for a household with no other cats. Will you be the one to give her the peaceful, happy ending she deserves?
If you or someone you know would like to give Bella a new lease on life, please contact us at: (E) email@example.com or (P) 609-324-3896.