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Adopt Rosy Boa

Female Young Domestic Short Hair

If you have questions about Rosy Boa please contact

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

No public phone number listed

About Rosy Boa

Little Miss Rosy is adorable and incredibly smart. She has learned to sit on command, walk on a leash, and come when called. She knows how to press the button to turn on her favorite toy. She likes to be picked up and she will travel calmly in a carrier with no fuss. She is well behaved and clean. So, what do you get when you are this fabulous AND a calico? A diva! Unfortunately, Rosy has some of that infamous calico temper. When you start to annoy her, she will swat or bite. On the plus side, nobody will dare break into your apartment, you can enlist her to offend annoying neighbors and unwanted dinner guests, and you will never become a crazy cat person because no other cat will survive Rosy. But seriously, Rosy needs an adopter who is experienced with cats, patient and tolerant, and who can learn her signals and respect them. Rosy is three years old. If you are Rosy’s person, you will be rewarded with an endlessly entertaining, interesting and affectionate companion. 

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Rosy Boa
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
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