Isabella is an 8 month old female DSH. She is white with brown tabby patches. Isabella is a funny girl who, for her age, isn’t too energetic or playful. She prefers napping and snuggling to playing. During the day, she is often found on top of the fish tank, warming herself on the top of the light. At night, she is in bed with her foster parents and curled up tight.
Some of her favorite pastimes are napping in the sun, trying to catch the fish through the aquarium glass, and chasing her foster siblings around the house. Isabella is a good eater, has great litter box habits, and prefers cardboard scratchers.
While Isabella likes other cats and does well with kittens and adults, she would likely do fine as an only kitty. She is semi-interested in the dogs from time to time.
She loves to be petted and made much of but doesn’t care to be carried around or picked up, so she would do fine in an adult-only home as well.
Isabella is available for adoption. If you are interested, please fill out an application and email it to us as an attachment. .
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Medical: She is spayed, and up to date on shots.
She has been tested for Feline Leukemia and has Revolution put on her once a month.
Adoption fee: $100
DECLAWING: PetsConnect! has moved to a no-declaw policy. Adopters agree not to declaw the feline they adopt through PetsConnect!. We support the use of non-surgical interventions such as training, nail trimming, and plastic nail caps (Soft Claws or similar). Prior to adoption, the adopter may opt to purchase nail caps and PetsConnect! volunteers will apply them for a small additional fee. Feel free to request a free nail trimming demonstration at time of adoption, as well. Because our cats live in foster homes, they have an excellent head start in learning how to scratch on acceptable items such as scratch posts and cat furniture, and in becoming acclimated to nail trimming.
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