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In shelter Cat

Long Beach, California, United States
Pet name:
Tuxedo, Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Black, White
Coat length:
Rosie is a sweet miniature girl! She has a black upside down heart-shaped mark on the back of her right paw. She is the Queen of Spades! ♠️She was rescued from a dangerous area of Long Beach near Downtown when she was about 4 months old, in December 2020.Rosie is a shy girl and loves to be petted but very gently. She prefers a calm environment. But most of all, Rosie would love to have a cat friend! Every time she sees her foster's cat, she starts purring and gives headbutts to the cat.Rosie is very playful! She can play for hours with her foster, and even on her own! She also likes when the foster talks to her in a calm voice, and she would even come out from her bed to give a reassuring headbutt to the foster, before getting back to her bed.This is Rosie in her foster home: She will flourish with a patient loving person!If you might want to meet ridiculously cute Rosie , please contact us.  We can send you an application to schedule an appt for you meet Rosie. Send email to: or text 562.241.1521 with your email address.
Adoption fee of $150 is requested to cover flea tx, worming, FVRCP vaccine, microchip and spay/ medical record card.


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