Miss Kitty--CATV, Channel 9: My, you are a pretty little long-haired girl! How old are you? And is there a special story to how you got your name?
Rosemary: I’m a little over a year old as of now -- May 2017. And thanks for the compliment! I do think I’m rather attractive! Yes, my name came from St. Mary’s Church in Oak Ridge. The SARG people found me when I was a starved stray in the church parking lot. My name is a combination of St. Mary’s and rosary.
Miss Kitty: We hear that you’re an active little girl. What’s your favorite activity?
Rosemary: My favorite activity would probably be eating. Before SARG rescued me, I thought I’d never get enough to eat. But after eating -- probably playing. I do love fishing rod things, especially if a human is on the other end of it to make it move around. And I like supervising laundry and loading the dishwasher and also sitting on the screened porch watching birds and chipmunks. I sort of like to play with cats in my foster home, but most of them are older and don’t want to play as much as I do.
Miss Kitty: What would be your ideal 'forever' home? Any thoughts on that?
Rosemary: Oh, I’d be happy any place where I can run and play, where I have toys, food, windows and laps -- I love human laps. I like other kitties too, especially ones that want to play. I haven’t met any dogs yet, but I’m pretty easy going -- I think I’d get along with them too.
Miss Kitty: Rosemary, we wish you much luck in finding your special forever home!
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