Cinderella. Thornless. Tiny. Tough.
I just got one of these from Tiny Petals earlier this year; it (as well as the Winter Magic and Grace Seward )lost all its leaves immiediatly to transplant shock. It has completely recovered (they have not) and is now filling its pot up with shiny greenery that promises blooms later.
The best thing is that it is thornless and has exceptional bush form with very close internodes. Most of the sites I have seen with this mini don't stress this point, so I thought I'd advertise it.
Perhaps the perfect rose for a child (a well-behaved one, that won't pull it up!) My Bull Terriers have not noticed it as a rose, fortunatly; they have eaten leaves off several armed minis I have.