Rosetta was born to a feral Manx mother and lived outside for her first 10-12 weeks of life. She was the first of her siblings to be trapped, but also the nicest. She is a little confused with her signals - when you bring her food, she will hiss at you yet she eagerly dives in to eat. If you pick her up and love on her, she will easily purr but she doesn't like to be held for long. However, she does love to be pet and has "elevator butt" (scratch the back and the butt goes up). She does indeed have a little more than half a tail, which is where she got her last name. Fluffy and adorable, we can't wait to find her the perfect forever home. She is BONDED with Clark and we will only adopt them TOGETHER. No children under 12 (they make him nervous) and no dogs. She is okay with other cats.
Current food: Authority Adult kibble and Triumph turkey canned cat food.
Current litter: Grreat Choice non-scoopable scented clay litter
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