I think we’re all ready for a little spring time, and so I bring you 11-month old Rose, a beautiful kitten who’s ready to enhance the life of a special person who doesn’t mind a little pee on his or her lap. You see, Rose was hit by a car when she was very small. And yet, as Roses do after being pruned, she bloomed into a lovely blossom. She has no problems walking, and, like all of the best flowers, she has a slight odor of je n’ai ce pas. Something floral perhaps, with a touch of ammonia.
Although Rose has no problems getting around, she does have trouble controlling her bladder. She is wonderful, she is sweet, she is beautiful, she is incontinent, kind, thoughtful, and great, and she loves to talk and hug. You see? When I say it like that, it’s but a trifle, a pittance, really. Hardly more than a word.
Do you want to meet Rose? Do you want to see her beautiful face first thing each morning? Do you want to express your love and her bladder at least twice a day? Then contact Tabby’s Place where Rose awaits.
And of course, if Rose has touched her heart but you don’t want her touching your furniture, please consider sponsoring her so she may continue to bloom happily.
Photos kindly provided by Tabby’s Place. Read more about Rose here.