ADOPTION PROFILE

Nika & Niah

Nika & Niah

Nika & Niah

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Rescue:

Pet Patrol received a phone call from a woman who was about to move but wasn’t able to
take her cats with her. Although it was just a lateral move, from one building to the other, she
was in the same neighborhood and had the same landlord. Problem was, the landlord didn’t
want her to take two of her cats with her. This was Nika and Niah. The woman mentioned that she also had a mother cat and newborn kittens, and when questioned she said that
the two were from this mother cat’s second litter. Oh my! She was concerned about re homing
these sisters as they are friendly, but also not used to change. Nika and Niah are quite
bonded to each other and are always found curled up on the couch, on the top of the cat tree in
the hammock or on the bed all sprawled out. The woman does not have much to her name and
was concerned about having the cost for their vaccines and being spayed. She simply could
not afford that and chose to find a cat rescue to make sure that it would be done. The two girls
soon came into our care and once the kittens reach eight weeks they will come to Pet Patrol
as well. The mother cat will also be spayed.

Personality:

Niah is a very sweet, playful and affectionate girl. She takes a little bit of time to warm up and
built trust, but once she does she is a very loving girl. She looks forward to the attention of her
caregivers with pets, head scratches and back massages. During the day she will be found
looking out the window, playing with her sister and chasing her favourite toys. Plastic springs
and wand toys are the best! Niah would do best in a home with just adults. She is very attached to her sister, Nika who is a very sweet and quiet girl. She needs more time than her
sister to warm up and feel trustful. With lots of patience and love, Nika will blossom. Nika loves
to play with her sister and they observe the world together from a tall cat tree perch. As a
bonded pair they should be adopted together into their forever home. One that will welcome
them into the family and keep them safely indoors

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