Rose came to us on July 31, 2017.

I had seen her picture on the email listing of a rural shelter, and I couldn’t stop thinking about her, so I decided to go get her. She was pregnant and bleeding, and I feared that she was aborting her kittens. An ultrasound and radiograph revealed one kitten that was dead and another with a heartbeat. It was too risky for Rose to leave the dead kitten inside of her, so we chose to have her spayed and sadly the one surviving kitten was too premature to survive. You can read about that here. 

Luckily, Rose came through the surgery really well. She’ll never have to go through this again, and hopefully in a few weeks she’ll find an amazing family where she’ll be pampered and cherished for the rest of her life.