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Rose Domestic Short Hair Vernon , CT

  • Young
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Calico, Tabby (Buff / Tan / Fawn)


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Affectionate, Athletic, Brave, Curious, Dignified, Loves, Loyal, Couch, Playful, Gentle, Funny, Quiet, Smart, Friendly
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other cats, children.

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Meet Rose

Meet Rose. Beautiful inside and out, Rose is a one of a kind kitty. She is outgoing, loving, curious and everything you want from a kitty. She makes people who are not cat people, cat people. That is how special this girl is. Her foster mom can’t say enough amazing things about her and would probably keep her if she didn’t have so many cats of her own and needed to rescue more. Rose is 2 years old, easy-going and passive. She loves laying on your lap and being the center of attention. She will be your loyal companion. She gets along with other cats and kids. Rose will be the perfect addition to your family.

Adoption fee is $375 and includes the transportation, deworming, vaccinations, FEL/FIV testing, spay/ neuter surgery, and microchip.

To apply to adopt, please email us at

Rose is FIV+ which isn’t a huge deal since FIV can only be transmitted through very deep bite flesh wound to another cat and Rose wouldn't hurt any other cat. FIV is only a feline autoimmune disease that is dormant usually during their whole lives. FIV does not require medication and Rose is a normal, healthy cat. FIV cats live normal healthy lives and the only way FIV effects cats is as a secondary symptom. For example, if he were to get an upper respiratory infection it may take Rose a day or two more to get over it versus a non-FIV cat.

How did Rose get FIV? Because she was dumped outside and she was too sweet and trusting. The feral cats probably attacked her and gave him FIV. It’s sad when innocent, sweet cats like Rose get dumped with feral cats.

Below are links that are helpful to understanding FIV if you are not familiar with it but overall Rose is a healthy and amazing girl. Anyone would truly be lucky to have her. Her sweet nature is so heartwarming and she can’t wait to show her family her amazing personality. Rose can't wait for her bright future ahead!

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