Rose is a very pretty chocolate point Siamese mix kitten with lots of personality and energy. Rose is a very sweet girl who loves to cuddle when she’s not busy racing through the house with her brother Titanic. Rose and her brother Titanic, are a pair of the sweetest kittens that I have ever had the pleasure of fostering, they are cuteness and love, and will entertain you and keep your lap warm. Rose has taken to the cat wheel that the resident cats use and is walking and running on it like she’s running a marathon. Rose likes to climb the cat tree and she carries toys around in her mouth and she has a very energetic personality. Rose was rescued from under a bush in a neighborhood where the owner was going to take the kittens to the shelter, she was very lucky to find Kitten Rescue and have a chance to be adopted into a loving home. Rose eats a raw diet as well as high quality canned food and grain free kibble. Rose would like to be adopted into a home with her brother Titanic and the two are very bonded, having been adopted into a wonderful home together but after three weeks they were returned because the little girl in the home turned out to be very allergic. After having been together for 6 months it would be a shame to separate these two bonded litter mates and best friends.
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