Rosie - now rehomed

 Rosie had been living in someone's garden with some other cats when the homeowner realised that Rosie was about to have kittens and took her into her home. Shortly after having her kittens Louis and Lily, Rosie came into foster care.  Rosie is still a baby herself really at approx 12 months old. She is initially very shy and worried by change but once she settles she is friendly and affectionate She is likely to go into hiding when she first goes to her new home so would need to be set up in one room initially so her new world can be expanded as and when she feels ready. She enjoys her food and is very good at using her litter tray.  She would be best suited to a quiet home with no other pets or young children, and with people who will be patient with her initially and let her settle in at her own pace.  Her kittens have now been rehomed so she will be spayed and is ready to find her furrever home

Rosie had been living in someone's garden with some other cats when the homeowner realised that Rosie was about to have kittens and took her into her home. Shortly after having her kittens Louis and Lily, Rosie came into foster care.

Rosie is still a baby herself really at approx 12 months old. She is initially very shy and worried by change but once she settles she is friendly and affectionate She is likely to go into hiding when she first goes to her new home so would need to be set up in one room initially so her new world can be expanded as and when she feels ready. She enjoys her food and is very good at using her litter tray.

She would be best suited to a quiet home with no other pets or young children, and with people who will be patient with her initially and let her settle in at her own pace.

Her kittens have now been rehomed so she will be spayed and is ready to find her furrever home

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