Puddles & Pauli

Puddles & Pauli

Puddles & Pauli

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In all communities now, there are social media sites to connect people and help them with
services and advise. A man reached out with an ad looking for help with several kittens that
were born on his property. Last year two female cats were dumped in his driveway on a cold
wet day and he watched from the warmth of his home as the car sped off and the cats ran
under his porch. He eventually got them into a warmer and more protected environment where
they were fed and sheltered. Both cats were female and one was quite obviously pregnant,
and the second cat, not long after their abandonment had a litter of kittens. He found homes
for most of them, but some stayed on his property. Fast forward a year and five more litters
were born totaling twenty three kittens around eight weeks of age, and another two new born
litters. The situation was out of control. The man said he knew he had to do something because he is elderly and wanted to stop the population explosion. Between Pet Patrol and
three other rescue groups we were able to take in all the kittens and take care of the rest of
the population of cats as well.


Puddles and Pauli are a tag team of the feline version. They are very active and outgoing
kittens who will entertain each other and everyone in the house. They will be a wonderful addition to a home. They are also very sweet and loving, liking to be picked up and cuddled, cradled in your arms, sleeping on your chest and purring in your ear. They like all the affection in
between wrestling matches and doing the Indy 500 through the living room. They are wonderful boys who would like to be adopted together to continue the brotherly love and adoration
towards each other. They certainly are pretty special little guys. Puddles and Pauli are ready
to be adopted into their forever home together. 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