While she is currently one of 4 cats in her foster home, she's pretty much in charge of everyone and will let you know if you've "accidentally" shut her in a room, or out of one. Basically, she prefers to be on the side of the door that you are on, and if there is something she can jump up on... to jiggle the door knob, she will try to open the door herself. If you call for any pets in the house, she is always the first to come running. I guess she always thinks you must be talking to her! Overall, she probably gets more than her fair share of attention because she's just so cuddly.
All that being said, she is also a cautious kitty with somewhat discerning taste and tends to hide for a few minutes when new people arrive, at least until she can't take it anymore and needs to assert her own need for attention. If you can appreciate a cuddle bug with an in-charge personality, this little girl might just be your secret charm. She would also do fine as an only cat, as long as there is someone to show her the attention she desires.
All shots are up-to-date and she has tested negative for FeLV/FIV. Rosi has also been micro-chipped and spayed. If you are interested in adopting this litte girl, please fill out an adoption application and give it to a store employee or go to our web site, www.animalalliesoftexas.org, and submit an online application.
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