Animals in a pet-centric society are often forced to make difficult choices, with a variety of challenges.
They have to decide how they’ll live with their owners or find a new home.
But for some, their decisions can lead to a change in their lives.
And one cat is taking the lead in helping pets escape from the emotional cat trap.
A cat named Rose is an emotional support animal.
Rose is a very emotional cat.
She is very protective of her family, Rose says, and often cries during the day.
She also has a tendency to get very angry when she’s upset.
“I’m always very afraid of the cats, and I’m also very protective,” she said.
“When I’m scared, I can get very aggressive.”
But Rose also knows she has to protect her family from any kind of danger.
Rose was adopted by her owner in 2010, and since then, she has made a point to keep a positive outlook.
“My life is very easy for me because I don’t have to worry about things,” Rose said.
So she’s been very careful about what she does.
“Even when I am anxious, I don, I’m not going to do anything,” Rose explained.
“If there’s a cat, it’s very important that I don.
It’s very hard for me, because I can’t control the cats.”
Rose is just one of thousands of animals in Canada that are being abandoned by their owners every year.
Many of them have been adopted out to people who may not understand the importance of a cat’s well-being, and don’t know how to take care of them.
The Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals estimates that there are as many as 1,500 animals in the country that are neglected, neglected, and in need of rescue.
Rose is one of those animals.
“She’s just such a sweetheart, she loves me so much,” Rose recalled.
“So it’s just very sad that she’s not in a loving home.”
In the past, Rose was brought to a rescue shelter when she was a kitten.
She had been left in the care of her owner, who had no idea how to care for her.
“He didn’t know what a cat was, and he didn’t care,” Rose recounted.
“And so it’s kind of sad to see.”
Rose was placed in a foster home and now lives in a home that she and her family call home.
“Because of that, we just have to put more pressure on her and be better,” Rose added.
“We have to be better at helping her understand the difference between good and bad things, and how to treat her and treat her like an animal.”
And that’s something that Rose is willing to do.
She hopes that she can inspire other animals in need.
“Sometimes, I think it’s hard to help animals, because they don’t understand what you mean when you say they’re animals,” Rose told CBC News.
“But I really believe that if you have a cat in your home, you will help them, and you will do the right thing.”