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A few years ago a woman was visiting a neighbour in their back yard, and noticed a rabbit
frozen in motion. Close by she saw three black kittens intently watching the rabbit. Pointing
this out, the neighbour said she was surprised as she had no idea there was a young feline
family living under her deck. A mission was put in place to rescue them all. Not knowing of
any cat rescues, the kittens were taken to the local vet clinic, spayed or neutered and
rehomed. The mother cat was rescued, but they let her back out because the clinic was not
open at the time. This was Dainty’s mother Dream, and it was unfortunate because now we
have a colony of nine cats, from just one breeding female. The neighbours came together
and provided cat houses, food and water year round. This year, as breeding season was
approaching and not wanting the cats to produce more kittens, they all came into Pet Patrol
care. This is where Dainty, two weeks after her rescue gave birth to four tiny kittens.


Dainty introduced herself as a gentle and accepting little cat, even though she had only lived
on the street with her colony. She was accepting of petting right away and displayed such a
sweet and loving personality, it was hard to resist spending time with her. Dainty readily
gives you head butts and rubs up against your legs for attention. She has come into her
own after her kittens were weaned, showing us a playful and energetic side. She had never
had cat toys before, only dried leaves and pebbles but has figured them out pretty quickly.
Dainty 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