Rosetta

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Name: Rosetta

Location: Santa Barbara Campus

Looks like: Domestic Longhair/Domestic Longhair

Color: Grey

Estimated Age: 8 years

Sex: Female

Weight: 8.8 pounds

ID: 7574

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Hi! My name is Rosetta and I just arrived at the Santa Barbara Campus. I am an 8 year-old female domestic longhair who is eager for a new home with my sister Tinkerbell! I am a little bit shy and like to take things easy here in the shelter while I wait for my new family. I like pets and attention but I'm not sure about leaving my snuggle spot just yet. Once I am comfortable with you, pets and chin scratches are my favorite thing! Would you like to come in and meet me and take me home so we can start settling into a sweet, snuggly life together? Ready to adopt or want to hear more about me? The shelter is open by appointment seven days a week! Just email [email protected] to make an appointment today! When you take your new pet home, he or she will have been spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, provided with a permanent microchip identification and a certificate for a free veterinary exam. Our partners at Purina brand dog and cat food also provide food to get you home.

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  • Kittens (under six months) $125

    Adopt a second kitten for $75

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