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In shelter Cat

Toronto, ON, M6P 1P3
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
Coat length:
Rosie is the type of kitty who considers herself a fellow human. She adores being near her people, never hesitating to include herself and her many opinions. Whether that entails meowing for pets on your keyboard, greeting you at the door, or napping on the adjacent chair at dinner time, Rosie has a curious and social personality. She would do well with a family member who works from home, as she does not like being left home alone.
Like humans, Rosie expects to be respected and treated as an equal. While she enjoys receiving and giving affection, she will not tolerate having her own boundaries crossed. For this reason, families with children under 12 will not be a good fit. Rosie needs people who are able to pick up on her cues so as not to overwhelm her. Don’t worry, as long as you’re paying attention, you will find Rosie to be a very talkative communicator who won’t hold a grudge.
Fun Fact:
- Rosie loves morning cuddles
- Rosie has been caught several times playing with water
- She is super soft!

Rosie has a history of not liking other animals and will need to be a solo pet. She was surrendered after not reacting well to her previous family adopting a dog. Then when at the shelter, she continued to react poorly around the other cats. However, since coming to live with her foster mom (single person, studio apartment, no previous pets), she could not be happier having space and a human all to herself.


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