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Rosey (&Kinky)   

In shelter Cat

Davis, CA, 95617
Pet name:
Rosey (&Kinky)
Domestic Short Hair
Gray & White
Estimated Birthday

Okay to live in a home with...

May not do well with....
KidsDogsRosey might do well with older children who be patient with him.

Physical Description
Rosey G. is the diminutive kitten in his group. He is white with black patches on his body and face, a couple of which look like hearts. The most striking thing about his appearance, though, is the color of his eyes. His right eye is blue and his left eye is tawny brown.

Rosey G. could be the main character in a childrens book called Rosey the Brave. He is the first kitten in his group to try new toys and investigate new spaces. With people, though hes making steady progress, he is still shy at first. His foster home doesnt push his comfort zone too much at once so he can learn on his terms that hes safe and all is well. He will do best with a family who can give him the time he needs to trust and be himself. Routines have helped him trust. Rosey is bonded with his brother Kinky. Having Kinky with him just makes life perfect and familiar. Rosey and Kinky are very close buddies and would do best adopted together.

This kitty has what sort of characteristics?
CuriousMellowLikes pettingLikes to cuddlePlayfulShy at firstBonded Pair

The best home to adopt me would be
Experienced cat family

The best home atmosphere would be

Other animals?
Rosey will need to be adopted with Kinky.


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