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For more information about Rosa or if you would like to meet her in her foster home, please call Joan at 651-705-6264.
Hi, I'm Rosa. I consider myself to be one lucky little lady. You see; at first I was living outside on a farm, a kind lady was providing me and my siblings food and a garage to sleep in. I thought I had a great life; I could run and play all over the place then sleep in the garage at night. Then something happened to my hip. I was taken to a vet where the lady found out it would cost too much to fix me up. Then I was taken to a humane society, but sadly they would not help me either because I was considered a stray. But someone heard that I needed help and as they say 'it takes a village'. So; a lady called a lady, then that lady called another lady, then another lady and finally someone from Feline Rescue agreed to get me the surgery I needed. My surgery was possible because of donations to the Feline Rescue's Medical Miracle Fund.
I have been in a foster home recovering and now I'm able to run and play just like any other kitten. Want to know the best part? As I said, I have a sister Ruby and brother named Ralphie. They were left behind when I was rescued. I missed them so much, so you can imagine my surprise when one day there they were! They were in another foster home while I recovered but now we're together and looking for a forever home. I know we probably may not be able to all stay together and will need to go our separate ways, but I guess that's ok, I just want a home where I can be safe, warm and loved. I am grateful for the kind lady on the farm and of course Feline Rescue and the foster mom that has been caring for me.
As you can tell from my picture I'm quite beautiful. I'm soft and have a beautiful fluffy tail. I'm very ladylike, but don't let that fool you. I love to play with catnip toys, laser lights and balls. Oh yeah, I can run real fast too. Want to see for yourself? Come visit me. If you adopt me, I come with a bonus; a pretty blanket and a soft heart shaped pillow. What a deal huh?
Rosa is a young kitten and needs to be adopted to a home with a young cat or with another young kitten so she has a playmate.
To learn more about Rosa, call Joan at 651-705-6264.
The adoption fee for a kitten is $135. If you adopt a pair of kittens from Feline Rescue, the total adoption fee is $250.
For more information about Feline Rescue, Inc. and a complete listing of our available cats, go to the Feline Rescue website. If you'd like to hear more Feline Rescue stories and see more pictures of our cats, check out the Feline Rescue Blog!