Special Need: Spinal Injury, Incontinence


Tiny, terrific, and tumbling with over-the-top teenage energy, Rose is a joy from tip to tail. She'll cuddle and chatter at you all day, and her appetite for attention is endless. Rose simply lives to love. She'll attempt to leap right over the moon if that's what it takes to win your heart. (Given her energy level, we think she just might be able to do it, too.)

Rose would be a marvel under any circumstances, but her joy is especially amazing given her history. Although she is only 9 months old (as of January 2014), she's endured several lifetimes' worth of pain. As a kitten, Rose was hit by a car, leaving her incontinent.


But don't feel too badly for Rose -- she certainly doesn't see herself as damaged goods. Our spotted sprite is as happy as the day is long, and she makes the most of each moment. We are thrilled that she seems to love living at Tabby's Place, and we're hopelessly smitten with her, too. Just five minutes in Rose's presence is guaranteed to leave you laughing with delight and feeling adored.

It is a blessing that Rose relishes human attention, as she needs a great deal of it to stay healthy. We express our little pixie's bladder twice each day, and feed her a prescription diet to maintain the consistency of her stool. Through it all, Rose's joy is contagious, and she's set on spreading sunshine to everyone she meets.

Although Rose's Special Needs pose a challenge in finding a forever family, she's not one to be daunted by circumstances. Until the right adopter comes along, you can cherish Rose as her generous sponsor. She promises she'll share her unsinkable joy with you.

Sponsor Rose(or, see all of our Special Needs Cats)
other monthly amount (minimum $14)

$23/month pays for Rose?s prescription dry food

$30/month pays for staff time to express Rose?s bladder

$60/month provides 1 hour of vet time to care for Rose

Any amount will help our Special Needs cats