After a long search using Petfinder, and more than a few deadends, Rosie came to be the new cat in residence. She was fostered from a tiny kitten who was abandoned when renters moved out taking the mom cat, but leaving behind the kittens. She was rescued in a trap that was put through a window. The siblings did not make it. A local cat rescue, CatbyCatInc.org had her on the Petfinder website.
I filled out some online papers and made an inquiry after a lot of other dead ends. The foster mom called me and we chatted about what I was looking for (a loving female who would like to be a studio cat). We met up at the headquarters and fell in love with Tiffy as she was called then. She was a little adorable bundle and seemed to love us. We filled out the paperwork and she was all ours. Rosie is named after my mother in law. She has been
such a wonderful cat and very loving. The first day she was here, she
got up into my batik stash shelves and fell asleep for almost 6 hours. We
she finally came out, I swear she was a whole size bigger. She has totally explored but not
rearranged the studio except for a few pencil push offs. She is definitely
the queen of this studio.
|Sewing machines are good nap mates|
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|Yes, your paintings are acceptable for cards now|
She is adorable. I hope you two have many happy years together.
She is the cutest little thing Linda. How could anyone not love that face. I hope y'all have many happy times together.
Oh How adorable... and she wants to learn to quilt!!! She is your buddy now!!!
What an adorable little cutie! She looks perfectly at home in your studio - and will be a great helper - ;))
She is a pretty little kitty. I hope she will be all that you want.
OMG, she looks so cute in your fabric stash! Glad you found each other!
Such a little cutie!!!! She now has a happy, loving home after her sad earlier days. I hope you're going to keep us all posted
as she keeps you company in your studio!
I'm so glad you and yours survived snow-mageddon (awesome photos that you shared) AND that Miss Rosie is now your studio companion.
what a sweet kitten! She is beautiful and how nice she is loving. Wish mine was, ha ha. Nutmeg is he own cat, but she also loves the sewing room.
Uh oh. Rosie seems a bit too well behaved and respectful. Better check your financials. It’s the sweet ones that do the most damage.
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