Rose is currently being fostered in a single family home (no kids) with her 5 siblings .
They were born in foster care after their mother, who was injured and had a bad respiratory infection, was rescued from living outside.
Rose was shy and reserved at first, always playing quietly by herself.
Over the past few weeks she has really come out of her shell and now loves to wrestle and perform running belly flops on her siblings.
She is also very smart and is always trying to figure out ways to "escape" and investigate the rest of the house.
She loves playing with feather toys and is starting to get used to cuddles and pats from her foster mom.
Rose is a gentle girl who would do well in a quieter environment as she's more on the shy side and runs from loud noises.
She will also need a protected space until she is a little bigger as she is quite adventurous.
Rose needs to be adopted with one of her litter mates. She gets along with all of them but is most bonded to Crocus
Please bear in mind that it is against Abbey Cat policy to adopt a single kitten under the age of 6 months to a home without a kitten of similar age for company. Any kittens over 6 months may need the company of another young cat.