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Pet Patrol was made aware of a mother cat, a teenage kitten and five little kittens about 10
weeks old that were living out in a field. They were searching for food during the day,
grasping at shade under shrubs and always in need of water. One woman had taken it
upon herself to start feeding the cats, putting out fresh water and soon they took up shelter
under her deck. They were at least safer than out in the open. It was one of our new
volunteers that offered to help rescue the cats, with the help of the lady who lived in the
house. A humane trap was put in place and one kitten and the mother cat were rescued the
first morning. That evening two more kittens came in and next morning one little one. Just
one more baby kitten out there and it came into our care soon after that. All the little ones
were timid at first, but it didn’t take long for them to become accustomed to the love and
affection they received from their foster mom. Now Malia is ready
for her new home.


Pretty little Malia, is kind, gentle and sweet. She has never hissed or raised a paw to her
people. She is pretty cute too! She likes to play with the laser pen light, wand toys, and she
will roll around on the floor happily kicking at the catnip filled toy. Malia is fine with other
cats, and although a bit timid with new people, she is easily approachable once she knows
them a bit better. She likes to view the world from the window sill and has no interest in
going outdoors again. Malia 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