Popcorn & Peanut

Popcorn & Peanut

Popcorn & Peanut

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Popcorn was the first of the two kittens to be found way out of town on a turkey farm. Behind
their house are abandoned railway tracks that are now used as a trail by a lot of animals
including coyote, fox, wild turkey and rabbits and, unfortunately, kittens once in a while. Being
friends with one of our main volunteers they contacted her for help with this little guy. At first,
they saw two kittens, but only found Popcorn on his own when they went out to rescue him.
Our volunteer drove over an hour to retrieve Popcorn and bring him into Pet Patrol care before
the couple went on holidays for three days. Sure enough as they were pulling out of the driveway, loaded with all their camping gear, the other kitten appeared. They could not stop at this
point as they were on a time line, but they had left out several bowls of food for the strays that
arrive daily and knew he would find shelter in the insulated cat houses. As soon as they arrived home they started looking for little Peanut and quickly found him in the cat shelter, safe
and sound


These sweet orange and white boys are a bonded pair, have had an adventure together and
survived the wilds. They like to cuddle up together and groom each other, playing games of
Tag and Chase, also instigating WWF (World Wresting Feline) competitions. Such sweet
cats in temperament though and welcoming to pets and a nice long lap cat nap. Looking at
the world from the top of the cat tree, both inside and through the front window outside the
house, entertains them and piques their curiosity. Popcorn and Peanut are ready to be
adopted into their forever home. One that will welcome them into the family a and keep them
safely indoors.

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