Meet Bella!

Pet Name

Bella

Gender

Female

Animal Type

Cat

Where did you get this pet?

I adopted Bella when she was 6 weeks old from a relative.

I have owned this pet for

Its whole life

Breed

Long haired

Age

11 Years

Spayed or Neutered

Yes

Current on Rabies

Yes

Current on Distemper

Yes

Cats: Declawed?

Declawed – All Four

I am good with children

Don’t Know

Age of Children

13 years and up

I am good with dogs

No

I am good with cats

No

Things pet likes:

Bella loves to play with string, balls and chasing a laser light. She loves treats, loves to eat but has an automatic feeder to avoid overeating.

Things pet doesn’t like:

Bella does not like a home with a lot of commotion. I don’t think she would do well with active young children. She would not do well in a home with other pets. She likes a quiet environment where she can watch birds, she would love a fenced in yard. Bella does not like getting brushed or trimmed. She likes to be scratched under her chin and by her ears, she is not a lap cat, but loves to be around people.

Positive qualities pet has:

Bella likes to be around people, loves looking out the window at birds, squirrels, etc. she does have a small tent that we use outside, she would love a fenced in yard.

Reason for rehoming pet

We now travel extensively and go to Florida for the winter months and are unable to bring a cat when we travel. We are looking for a quiet, loving home for her.

Kind of home pet needs

A quiet home would be best as she does well in this type of environment. She does get anxious and stress if her schedule and home environment is tampered with. Ex. moving, parties, maintenance workers in the home. We feed her in small increments to avoid overeating.

 

For more info please contact:

Laura
315-836-6800
laurarf2002@yahoo.com
Oshkosh, WI

 

Please note the animals in these listings have not been assessed medically or behaviorally by OAHS. If you are considering bringing a new pet into your home, we strongly encourage you to request vet records from the previous owner. If you are considering adopting an exotic type animal like a lizard, turtle, snake or bird, etc., please be sure to explore the kind of housing, diet, and medical care they will need and the expected life span of the species.