My name is Rosemary!

Calico Kitten for adoption in Hughesville, Maryland - Rosemary
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I'm being cared for by:
Tri-County Animal Shelter

Facts about Rosemary

  • Breed: Calico
  • Color: Calico Or Dilute Calico
  • Age: Kitten
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10453222-133921
  • Hair: Short

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.

About Tri-County Animal Shelter

Donate to Our Shelter...

Donations of needed supplies such as towels, puppy & kitten food, cat and dog food (canned or dry), milk bones, bleachable toys, newspapers, cat litter, or monetary contributions.

Our Adoption Process...

Come Visit Us! 6707 Animal Shelter Road, Hughesville MD 20637

Adoption Hours:
MONDAY thru FRIDAY: 12pm to 5pm
SATURDAY: 10am to 3pm
SUNDAY: Closed

If you are interested in adding a new pet to your household please consider adopting one from the Tri-County Animal Shelter. It is a really easy process. You simply pick out an animal that you want, fill out an application, complete an adoption contract and pick out a veterinarian from the list of those participating in our adoption program. The animal shelter and it's staff take care of the rest. They make the surgery appointment for your new pet and take it to the veterinarian on the day of the appointment. While at the veterinarian your new pet is given a health examination, surgically sterilized and if it is old enough (4 months and older) it receives a rabies vaccination. You just pick up your new pet from the veterinarians' office when all of this is complete.