Rose is an incredibly sweet lap cat. She is constantly getting up on our laps or rubbing against our legs, or petting herself with our hands. She is very playful, with her favourite toys being soft balls. She carries them around in her mouth and presents them as gifts. She almost never meows, but purrs like a motor.
Rose gets along very well with the other two adult cats in her foster home, but she doesn't like the idea of sharing her humans and gets displeased if the other cats approach when she is sitting on our laps. However, she happily eats and sleeps side by side with them.
Rose was surrendered by her previous owner in April of 2017 to Toronto Animal Services, and has been staying with her Toronto Cat Rescue foster family since June. Her foster family shares: "Rose is the easiest foster cat we've ever taken in. She was on my lap within hours of coming to our house, and needed no adjustment to our cats or our toddler. She even tolerated my toddler trying to put a t-shirt on her!". Adopt sweet Rose, she would love to curl up in your lap!
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