When Bella was rescued, she had a large open wound on her neck, and she was infested with fleas. The doctors and staff at Wisconsin Humane Society performed surgery to repair the damage, and Bella went through months of treatment so she could be placed in a foster home.

Now, this gorgeous 1-1/2-year-old Siamese mix is ready for her furever home. Despite her condition and all the medical care she required, Bella is loving and affectionate. You can visit her page here.

“The vet staff at WHS report that despite her extensive treatment, she has always been a model patient and fast became a favorite among staff and volunteers,” WHS spokesperson Angela Speed said.

If you think you could be Bella’s purrfect furever family, please call the Racine campus at (262) 554-6699.

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