Status / Details
Adopted by Susan and Bill
Born ~7/2021, F, Charcoal and White Maine Coon mix
This little long-bodied treasure, Rosie, is an athlete. Her biggest joy right now is running, running, running. She is long-legged and look at the length of her tail! I like to call this kitten development stage “coltish” characterized by long body lines and a great love of gamboling about. I might note they shaved her tummy for her spay and the lack of fuzzy fur there makes her look even more slender than she really is.
Her lovely, soft fur is not really black and not really grey depending on the light so I am calling it charcoal grey. She has unusual, dramatic markings: bright white splotches along both sides and matching grey elbows behind her front legs. You can see a grey heart nestled right in the center of her chest. Her eyes seem to be utterly translucent, a beautiful icy clear yellow.
Rosie is a play girl. Full of life, she loves affection and movement and eating and everything. She is very drawn to humans and loves cuddles. She was asking for attention from day one, running towards us, so excited to greet us. We were a bit overwhelmed with how friendly she was. She was grateful perhaps for our getting her out that little cage in the shelter. She is willful and if she wants to run and explore something in the next room she will do so. She wants more scope for her activities than she found in the shelter of course, and also even in her foster home. Having been repressed she is now full of herself.
Let me explain. Rosie is VERY serious about one thing: she cannot stand other cats. No No No and No. She does not even want to see them. We will never know her history so we can’t understand this but we do know if there was ever a kitten that wanted to be an only cat, that is Rosie. This makes it hard for her to be in her foster home where other cats (horrible) do live. It limits her running time. She will be so happy in her new “I am the ONLY cat” castle.
Rosie is a very smart, energetic girl and will be an entertaining companion. Expect her to explore every corner of your home and probably climb to see what is up higher. When she is tired she will come to sleep in your lap and delight you with her affectionate nature. I don’t know how she is with dogs so I can offer no advice. She might be a great play companion with a like-minded dog. I don’t think she is a good choice for young children who may inadvertently let her outside.
A family that wants a beautiful single kitty will be so lucky to have her loving company.
Rosie is spayed, vaccinated, FELV tested, dewormed, microchipped, eats wet and dry food, and is litterbox perfect.
She is fostered by Harriet in Santa Cruz.
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NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interests!