Rosebud is an incredibly sweet gentle soul. She is just a little shy at first, but warms up pretty fast once she realizes you mean her no harm. She has a very soft, quiet and gentle way about her. She is a lap cat with tons of love to give and a sweet kind nature that includes everyone. Rosebud gets along well with the cat friendly dogs in her foster home and loves the gentle attention from the older children. She does fine with other cats but because of her gentle passive nature she becomes frightened of cats with a stronger personality who might pick on her. Rosebud was found surviving on her own living out of a dumpster when we rescued her. We don't know how this gentle soul came to be in such a horrible circumstance, but she has no desire to be an outdoor kitty again and would love to be part of a family that would keep as an indoor kitty only so she would never have to worry again about being safe. Rosebud is a young adult and is up to date on all her medical and microchip. She uses her litter box and her scratching post and has no bad habits.
If you would like to meet Rosebud or would like more information on her please contact her foster Mom at email@example.com
Adopting a kitten is a 10-20 year commitment, Rosebud will bring you many lovingly happy years. She is spayed, fully vaccinated, tested negative for FIV/FeLV, dewormed, deflead, and microchipped for identification. She uses the litterbox and scratching post, and must be indoors-only.
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