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Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs.
My name is Bella! I was found living in Seminole Heights along with 20 to 30 other cats. The neighborhood was kind in feeding us but there were not not spaying or neutering the colony. I am approximately three years old and St. Francis had intended on trapping and getting me fixed and then releasing me. However, I surprised my Foster dad when he opened the cage to feed me, I walked over to him and requested some petting. I was then tested for FIV and I am positive for FIV. This was due to me having to fight for food . I am friendly and non aggressive and I am not at risk for spreading FIV to other cats. I would love a chance to live a normal healthy life with a forever home. I am a little shy but as you can see I love to be petted. My Foster dads home is pretty full so I have to stay in his bathroom. He does have great pictures of me sitting on his lap which I do often.