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A number of years ago a woman, who works with mental challenged adults, found a couple
of kittens behind the day program. She brought them to Pet Patrol and they soon became
very social and were adopted. Fast forward 5-6 years and she has helped many other
homeless cats be rescued and brought into our care. This time it was Riley, a pure white
girl, who had been noticed around her home for the last month. This petite kitty was skittish
and thin, so the woman started feeding her because she had a bunny living in her back yard,
and fearing for it’s life, she rescued Riley sooner rather than later. When she was brought
into Pet Patrol care Riley was frightened at first but by the next day, with a belly full of food
and a good nights sleep, she was chatting to our volunteers and accepting pets as they
cared for her. Nice girl.


Riley is adorable and has continued to make progress while in her foster home. She is fine
with other cats and has made herself at home. Being a super affectionate and playful cat,
she is entertaining and good company. Although a bit timid to begin with she has made
great strides and will now cuddle on your lap for extended periods of time. When she’s not
busy doing that she enjoys : playing with the feather toy, scratching on her post or hiding
inside a box, Riley will vocalize when she wants something. She is willing and will try to take
part in whatever her human is doing. Such a nice cat. Riley 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