People for Cats: Meet Rosa and Bubba

A young mother and son duo want to come play with you...

From the compassionate folks at People for Cats:

Our “Cats of the Week” are a Rosa and her son Bubba. Momma Cat, Rosa, is a 2-year-old black and silver tabby with the classic “M” on her forehead. Her intelligent round green eyes, the tuffs of buff in her ears and the white which accents her mouth complete her beautiful face. Rosa has medium length black and silver fur which make her a very attractive kitty. She is affectionate and purrs to let you know she is happy and especially happy when her tummy is rubbed! Rosa has a lot of love to give and does well with children.

Bubba, Rosa’s one-year old son, is a shorthaired gray and white handsome tabby. Although he is a bit shy at first, he is an energetic little boy who likes nothing better than to make friends with the other cats and to find interesting toys for games. Bubba has a sweet side too, and when playtime is over he looks for a friendly person to rub against and to give him some sweet talk and scratches. Maybe you will decide this is a family you don’t want to break up and you will become the proud and much loved owner of both Bubba and Rosa! 

If you would like to visit with Rosa and Bubba or some of our other equally lovely cats, come into the shelter at 44 Beagle Lane in Teaticket. We are open to the public on Wednesdays from 4 to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., or call our hotline for an appointment. Hotline: 508-540-5654, press #1 if you have cat related issues, questions or for further information about People For Cats, or press #2 if you need financial assistance for spay/neuter or other veterinary care for your cat.


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