Here's an update: Rosie's a bit older now. And she's ready for some hoodie action. Look at her in her salmon pink hoodie. Cuteness overload. She's quite the sport, letting us ridicule her in toy clothing. Disclaimer: hoodie doesn't come with kitten.
Rosie was found by my neighbor in front of our houses, she came to us a weird little kid, lots of anxiety issues, lots of crying(seriously) and wet pooping. it's been 6 weeks of fostering her and all her health issues are gone, she has also calmed down a lot into a very lovable playful kitten.
She has grey markings over her white fur and a kink at the end of her tail. She will probably grow up to be elegant looking (the words of my vet) now 3 months, vaccinated, dewormed and spayed.
Rosie has excellent temperament, got used to my dog in a day (a record for the kittens I've foster), and doesn't hiss at other cats, she is either playful or submissive towards them. She loves attention and human contact, often will come and just lie beside you, positioning her body to touch as much of you as possible. She also learns quick what not to do or where not to go in the house, smart fella!
Rosie will definitely endear herself to whichever family she goes to, we are looking for the perfect home for her (one that will keep her indoors), one that will give her the affection she deserves.
If you have space in your family for her, please get in touch with me with an introduction of yourself and your family.
(we use to call her susu but rosie seems a better name.)