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Rosie
Name: Rosie
ID: 46166631
Breed: Domestic Shorthair / Mix
Gender: Spayed Female
Age: 7 years 7 months
Size: Small
Location: Awaiting Foster
About Me: My name is Rosie and I am sweet as can be! I am a little shy at first, but once I warm up to you I will be your best friend.

Foster Reason: I have Hyperthyroidism. I am currently on a daily medication and we are trying to figure out my correct dosage. I am on a daily medication, as well as a prescription diet. I will need to have this diet only in my foster home. This means no treats, or other food. I will have to come back to the shelter periodically for bloodwork.

Foster Length: Until we figure out my correct dosage on my medication. Ideally until I am adopted.

Foster Home: A home where I can have my own space until I warm up to everyone. I have to be the only cat in the home.

Kids: 12 and older please, ideally adults and older kids in the home only.

Cats: No way! Due to my special food, I will need to be the only cat.

Special Note: While I am not yet available for adoption, I am available for foster to adopt. While a foster, the SPCA provides everything I need!

Learn more about our adoption process.

Please visit the following to make an appointment to adopt an animal:
Contact Us
Email: spca@spca.org
Call: 214-742-SPCA (7722)
Please visit the following to make an appointment to adopt an animal:
Visit:
Our locations are closed to the public until further notice. Adoptions will be offered by appointment at the following locations:

Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center
2400 Lone Star Dr.
Dallas, TX 75212

Russell H. Perry Animal Care Center
8411 Stacy Road/FM 720
McKinney, TX 75070

Offsite Locations
View PetSmart locations where cats/kittens are available for adoption at spca.org/offsiteadoptions.
Adoption Center Hours
Adoption appointments will be available by appointment only.

The SPCA of Texas completes rigorous medical and behavioral testing on every animal in our care. The organization fully discloses all known medical and/or behavioral conditions, including any incidents of biting or violent behavior toward a human, to all adopters and fosters. Despite the rigorous testing our veterinary and behavioral professionals conduct throughout every animal’s stay in our facilities, other new and/or unknown medical and/or behavioral conditions may manifest in any animal at any time. By adopting or fostering an animal from the SPCA of Texas, adopters and fosters acknowledge at the time of adoption or fostering that they may receive an animal with an undetected medical and/or behavioral condition and/or that a new medical and/or behavioral condition may appear at any time in the future. Any pet adopted from the SPCA of Texas can be returned to us at any time for any reason at no cost.
Adoption Fees
Adoption fees vary based on the age of the animal. We offer special promotions and discounts throughout the year.

Adult dogs: $75
ages 6 months and older

Puppies: $150
younger than 6 months

Adult cats: $75
ages 6 months and older

Kittens: $150
younger than 6 months