Her life wasn’t always Rosie

FOR such a young cat, Rosie has had a very sad life so far.

She was rescued, with her kittens, from an environment where they were literally being kicked around the floor. Unfortunately, one of her kittens died due to the abuse and neglect. Despite this abuse, Rosie loves humans and is a very affectionate and loving girl. But she would prefer to be in a home where she is the only cat.

Rosie is a pale tortoiseshell and is about 10-months-old. She would love nothing more than to feel the sun on her face, the grass under her paws and love all around her this Christmas. Rosie would make a kind soul a loyal and loving companion for life. All cats and kittens at the Pets for Life Animal Shelter are de-sexed, microchipped and vaccinated. Call Lesa at the shelter on 0438 363 287; or visit www.petsforlifeanimalshelter.org



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