Sage & Clover

Sage & Clover

Sage & Clover

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Pet Patrol received the following email from a young family looking to find a new home for their
beautiful Siamese sister cats. “I’m hoping you can help. My four year old son has been diagnosed with asthma and unfortunately we have to re home our two cats because of the severity.
They’re bonded Siamese and Siamese lynx point, friendly and beautiful girls. We think they
are sisters as they are rescues found abandoned on a farm. We’ve had them since they were
about 6 months old. We are devastated. I’ve heard good things about your organization and
was hoping if you’re not able to take them you’d be able to point me in the right direction.
We’ve reached out to all family and friends and no one is able to take them. Thanks for your
help.” It is difficult to rehome a pet, but they have no choice unfortunately.


Sage (Sagey, Boop) is a beautiful white lynx point and Clover (Clove, Clovey) is our seal point
girl. Sage is a curious girl and so gentle. She’s great with children and will let them get away
with anything. She just regally walks away when she’s had enough. She’s very affectionate,
very vocal and intelligent. She will absolutely counter surf if you leave any food out, especially
chicken. She does like to explore cupboards and has gotten herself stuck when we’ve closed
them without knowing she decided to investigate. Clover is also very loving and thrives on the
attention. Chatty like her sister she does well with older kids as younger ones are sometimes
too much for her. She loves to give head butts and will jump into your lap the minute you sit
down. She’s the one who will greet you at the door when you get home. Both girls are definitely bed time kitties and will help you lull off into a wonderful sleep with their cuddles and
purrs. They are ready to be adopted 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