Rosie is such a sweet and majestic cat! Though she is very cautious when she first meets you, the rewards you'll receive when you finally earn her trust are well worth the effort!
Her foster mom reports that she comes out of her shell more every day. She plays more, talks more, sleeps in bed more, and becomes more... well... cat-like! Rosie is a very polite cat, not jumping up on anything except the bed. She attempted to be a lap cat once. It was reportedly awkward for both Rosie and her foster mom - she jumped on the sofa, stood on her foster's lap, looked around momentarily, and promptly got back down, determining that the lap just wasn't for her.
Rosie is a girl who knows what she wants! Though she's not big on laps, Rosie loves to sit by her foster mom on the floor with her back towards her human, almost as though she is standing guard or posing for a picture. (And let's face it - she is quite photogenic!) She also isn't shy at all about requesting a meal - she greets her foster at the door the instant she gets home from work and makes her demands politely known. Rosie also enjoys head rubs and butt scratches (though they may be a bit un-ladylike). She also loves to look out the bedroom window to the scenery known as "kitty-vision."
Rosie is decidedly a morning girl - that's her attention time. She jumps up in bed (if she isn't sleeping at the foot of it) and perches atop her foster mom, politely asking for head rubs.
This elegant lady would thrive in a forever home with no other animals and is likely best suited for a quiet family of 1 or 2 people. She eats well and loves treats, has immaculate litter box habits, and, according to her foster mom, has magical, odorless poop!! ;)
Won't you consider adding this elegant lady to your life? Apply to adopt Rosie today!
Approx DOB 5/2004
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