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Penny, a pretty Torti cat, was born outside last summer to a mother cat, and had several
siblings. One kind man took it upon himself to feed them and create a shelter, and make
sure they were ok. He was looking into rescue organizations to help bring them inside to
safety when suddenly the kittens disappeared, then the mother cat disappeared. We think
they were rescued, as they don’t all generally leave so suddenly unless chased away. Only
Penny was left behind and she was not sure about being rescued, so the man continued to
care for her like he had her mother. Not being spayed Penny had her own litter of three
kittens this year and not wanting them to grow up outside, he contacted Pet Patrol. This
feline family were healthy, bright and had no health concerns when they came in. They are
a treasure to have in our care.


Penny is new to living indoors, but has adjusted very well. She doesn’t have to leave her
kittens to search out food or sleep with one eye open making sure they do not become
prey. She has all the comforts a kitty would need, and more, in her loving foster mom. She
is exploring her new environment and is very good with her people. Playing with toys is new
to her, as she may never have had the opportunity to chase, carefree, after a bouncing ball
or wiggling toy at the end of a wand. To watch her interact with people at play time is fun.
Penny is affectionate and sweet, she is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One
that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely indoors.

If you are interested in adoption please contact Pet patrol at 519-669-1979