Meet Lea Belle! In August of 2022, someone admitted this adorable little charmer as a solo act to Devore Shelter when she was just two months old. She developed a slight kitty cold while there and, although alone and frightened, she didnt have to worry for long. We heard her S.O.S. and didnt hesitate to take a chance on her.
Lea Belle, also known as Lea Mamma Mia, quickly grew accustomed to her foster mom serenading her to the tunes of ABBA. "Mamma Mia, here I go again. My, my, how can I resist you?" We suspect youll find resistance equally futile in this adorable girls presence when you hear her tiny but mighty voice. While shes not a fan of pick-ups and may growl at you if you try, shell simultaneously purr to let you know she still loves you. Its almost as if shes singing, "Lay All Your Love On Me... just dont pick me up." This little Dancing Queen prefers to take center stage with all eyes on her as a solo kitty. While independent, she does well with dogs, other kitties, and children who can be gentle with her. Still, she may also do well in a home with one other kitty who can harmonize and keep the beat with her.
Once you meet Lea Belle, she will have you singing Gimmie! Gimmie! Gimmie! How could you ever refuse? If you know your fate is to be with her, fill out an adoption application for Lea Belle today at www.kittydevorerescue.org!
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