133921-They call me Rosemary. Sounds like a sweet kitty name, right? Well, I am really a "spitfire" When I first came into the shelter I hissed and spit at everyone. I have been staying in a foster home for the last few months and I no longer spit but I still hiss when I am talking with you. It confuses some people because I love it when you pet me but I will still hiss at you. I'm only about 4 months old and I love to chase a laser, play with toys, and I even like other cats. I am looking for a quiet home where I can get your undivided attention. If you think you can put up with my confusing behavior come adopt me today. By the way, I am still in a foster home so call the shelter to see about adopting me.
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