I am a rose amongst the thorns. In this case, my three brothers. I am one of four and the only one with a medium length coat. Queen bee, I definitely hold my own. My foster mum calls me “Little Miss Independent.”
I do like spending time with my siblings, snuggling together and playing rough and tumble but I am pretty happy to go off and keep myself entertained.
I like humans, and I will snuggle – but only on my terms. I prefer to sit beside you rather than on top of you.
As you may have guessed, I came to GAR with my brothers and have spent the last few weeks growing and playing with them, and my foster siblings. You could say I’m fairly well socialised. I also share my house with four adult cats and two small/medium doggos.
The good news is, as a kitten I’m fairly adaptable and my foster parents think – with the right introductions – I’ll be able to slip into any home fairly easily; preferably one with a fellow kitty playmate.
Fun fact, I won’t stay a kitten forever so I am looking for a forever family who will love me until I’m old and grey (and just as adorable).
Rosie is desexed, microchipped, vaccinated as up to date with flea and worm treatments.