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Kingston Animal Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
47008470
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

There is no doubt, Rosie is the Queen of her household. This beautiful girl wants all the love and attention, so much so that she thrives much more as the only pet in a household or with a quiet dog. Rosie does not like other cats and is very slow to warm to new people. Once comfortable, this flirty girl lets you know what she wants- from her happy, hungry chirps to remind you it's breakfast time, to the fanciest summersault roll to show her belly (but don't pet it). Rosie was declawed prior to her surrender, so when she's done playing or uncomfortable, she lets out a little hiss and then gives a warning nip (how we know she won't tolerate a belly pat). Once boundaries are well established though, she rarely fusses!Rosie was diagnosed with a heart murmur, which has no symptoms. Many cats live their entire lives with heart murmurs that do not affect their overall health or longevity, so we are monitoring this condition. Rosie does have a sensitive stomach, she will become constipated when stressed and poop outside her litter box when she is angry. For this reason, she is on a veterinary high fibre diet to keep her BM regular and anyone who adopts her would need to continue with this food and extend a lot of patients for Rosie as she settles in- moves and new people are stressful!! Rosie will bring endless amounts of smiles and long cat stretches into your life if you have the patience to overcome her walls. She is a scaredy cat until won over- we are not sure calls to her heart- but once its given she is a wonderful companion for someone looking for a black void with big green eyes, a loud mouth, and a lot of love.
There is no doubt, Rosie is the Queen of her household. This beautiful girl wants all the love and attention, so much so that she thrives much more as the only pet in a household or with a quiet dog. Rosie does not like other cats and is very slow to warm to new people. Once comfortable, this flirty girl lets you know what she wants- from her happy, hungry chirps to remind you it's breakfast time, to the fanciest summersault roll to show her belly (but don't pet it). Rosie was declawed prior to her surrender, so when she's done playing or uncomfortable, she lets out a little hiss and then gives a warning nip (how we know she won't tolerate a belly pat). Once boundaries are well established though, she rarely fusses!Rosie was diagnosed with a heart murmur, which has no symptoms. Many cats live their entire lives with heart murmurs that do not affect their overall health or longevity, so we are monitoring this condition. Rosie does have a sensitive stomach, she will become constipated when stressed and poop outside her litter box when she is angry. For this reason, she is on a veterinary high fibre diet to keep her BM regular and anyone who adopts her would need to continue with this food and extend a lot of patients for Rosie as she settles in- moves and new people are stressful!! Rosie will bring endless amounts of smiles and long cat stretches into your life if you have the patience to overcome her walls. She is a scaredy cat until won over- we are not sure calls to her heart- but once its given she is a wonderful companion for someone looking for a black void with big green eyes, a loud mouth, and a lot of love.
Rescue

Kingston Animal Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
47008470
Contact
Address
Kingston, ON K7M 2S1

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Please see http://www.kingstonanimalrescue.com/adoptionprocess.html
Please see http://www.kingstonanimalrescue.com/adoptionprocess.html

More about this rescue

We are a volunteer-run, “no-kill” animal rescue group dedicated to making a difference. RESCUE: We rescue and find forever homes for animals in need using a network of foster homes. REHABILITATION: We provide all animals with proper veterinary care, housing and nutrition, spay or neuter, and a loving foster home for socialization and recovery. ADOPTION: As a “no-kill” rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until they are adopted. EDUCATION: We educate the public about animal issues such as: proper care, the pet overpopulation crisis, the need to spay/neuter, and the importance of adoption.
We are a volunteer-run, “no-kill” animal rescue group dedicated to making a difference. RESCUE: We rescue and find forever homes for animals in need using a network of foster homes. REHABILITATION: We provide all animals with proper veterinary care, housing and nutrition, spay or neuter, and a loving foster home for socialization and recovery. ADOPTION: As a “no-kill” rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until they are adopted. EDUCATION: We educate the public about animal issues such as: proper care, the pet overpopulation crisis, the need to spay/neuter, and the importance of adoption.