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A woman had called Pet Patrol a few weeks back in regards to kittens
that were born on her property. She said we have a one hundred acre farm
and it’s well off the road. All of a sudden three female cats showed up
and then an orange Tom cat. “We started to feed them as we would not let
any animal go hungry. But it was quite apparent that they were soon all
pregnant as their bellies expanded with the good nutrition. As it would
happen all three cats gave birth to litters of kittens within three days
of each other. They were born in an outdoor cat house that is insulated,
heated in the winter and sheltered from the heat in the summer. The
couple counted thirteen babies.  It was pretty obvious the father cat
was the orange male as some of the kittens reflected the mother’s coat
colouring and some the fathers.  The couple needed a place for the
kittens to come to for adoption and all the females, and the male cat,
will be spayed and neutered and allowed to live their life on the


Kohla is a very fun loving kitten, who is easy to pick up and love. 
When rescued she wasn’t ready to be held but would touch her paw to her
foster mom’s leg to show she was working on it! She will be a lovely
addition to a family and will enjoy all the attention you can give her.
She is affectionate, playful and adorable, sure to melt your heart.
Kohla is not just a black and white kitty, she is a smoke tabby which
means her fur is white at the base.  Very attractive.  She is very
active and will chase toys that she can pounce on, bat around or jump
at, the wand toy is a favourite as is wrestling with the other kittens. 
Her siblings are her best friends and she especially likes to curl up in
anyone’s lap to sleep.   Little Kohla will purr instantly when shown
affection and is now ready to be adopted into her forever home where
there is a playmate or sibling.  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