Pet Patrol was contacted by a woman who lived on a farm. Last year she had all the cats
on her farm spayed or neutered so that the colony size could be controlled. They took good
care of the cats, they were fed, had a warm and dry place to be in the tack room during the
winter months, and were give a lot of love and attention. Far more than some farms are
able to do for their cat population. Although she thought she was thorough last year, two of
the female cats eluded her and this spring produced kittens. Lovely orange kittens. Eli was
a lucky little guy to be brought into the house and raised with the family. His siblings joined
him and they have had a wonderful time exploring the house.
Eli is always ready to greet you with a lot of deep purring and some playful snuggles, he
loves to climb on your lap for pets and cuddles too. He enjoys playing with his other kitty
pals, loves all types of toys and he is quite excited about eating his food and treats! Definitely
the explorer and ready to check out the whole house. Eli is ready to be adopted into
his forever home with his brother Eddie. They are quite attached to each other. A home
that will welcome them into the family and keep them safely indoors.