Hi, I'm Rosie. I really like snuggling and ear scratches and chin scratches and playing fetch with my sparkly balls. I am very helpful around the house. I am most helpful in the kitchen. I will clean all the plates and clean any crumbs that fall on the floor. I like to share, especially food. my favorites are cheese tortellini and garlic bread. I'm not picky though I like almost anything. Now a note from my foster mom. Rosie, a brown/gray/black cat, was found in September of 2015 with her kittens. She was roughly a year old at the time. Her kittens have been adopted, and Rosie has been spayed and is getting ready for her new home. She has a tough exterior, as she had to take care of herself and kittens at such a young age. Rosie is a quick learner, and her foster brothers are teaching her how to be a house cat. She is very shy at first and may hiss, but is not aggressive. She tolerates her brothers and could live with another cat(s), with proper introduction. Rosie could possibly live with a cat savvy dog. Since Rosie has come to her foster home, she has learned how to eat in the same room as her foster brothers, cuddling with her foster mom, how to play, covering up after using the litter box. She no longer cries in the car but she still does not like to be locked up in the carrier, it makes her a little grumpy.
Rosie is gaining more confidence and interest in interacting every day. She will now greet her foster mom at the door and follow her around the house. She enjoys being petted and having her head/ears/chin scratched. If you'd like to learn more about Rosie, or would like to meet her in her foster home, please call the pet line at 952-368-3553 and leave a message and phone number. Our cat coordinator will return your call.
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