Breeds:
Tabby, Domestic Short Hair
Colors:
Red Tabby
Lost or found date:
04/18/2017
Pet name:
Rose
Gender:
Female
Size:
Small
Age:
Adult
Coat length:
Short
Description:
Compact little love machine!Rough, tough mama! Rose, the red tabby mom who lived under the ATM in the parking lot of the local bar, has seen it all. People have come and gone, people were either kind or mean, but Rose found herself a little bush, a scrap of loading dock, and a way up inside the post of an AM machine. When the kittens came, as you knew they would, didn't you, little bitty Rose, scrappy and tough, kept them safe. In fact, those kittens would still be hidden by their mom, had it not been for a torrential downpour that drove them out of their little ATM hideout and into the rocks beneath. A Happy Cat Adoptions foster was pulling up to the ATM when he saw the little miserable faces under the bushes, and after a four-hour struggle to get all the kittens (Rose went into the trap with little fuss), the tiny family was ensconced in a warm, dry cage with loads of food. Rose finally had the opportunity to be a kitten herself, for the first time.   Once safely in a foster home, she learned to romp and play and wrestle and run as all kittens like to do. She's a "real cat" now, her foster dad says.  Rose is hoping for a loving family and a home of her own, one where she will be cherished for all of her life.   She is a very happy girl who really likes other cats and LOVES people.  Adoption to a home with another cat would be perfect for this sweet girl  To find out more about her, email her foster dad directly at haroldw1@sbcglobal.net or to meet her, go to her webpage at www.happycatadoptions.org and fill out the online adoption form.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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