Rosa is a timid lady who has had a sorry time of it.
Poor Rosa came back into our care as she was suffering from stress and anxiety, it turned out this was due to her suffering from previously undetected bladder stones which were uncomfortable, leading to her temperament changing.
She is now on a special diet designed to help keep her PH level balanced and prevent the build up of any future stones. She will need to remain on this specialist diet and our vet also recommends that a urinary analysis is carried out every three to six months and medical imaging (ultrasound) every six to twelve months to detect recurrent stones when small to permit their removal without surgery. Any new owner would have to be happy to take this on.
Then how about these wee beauties...