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Pet patrol received a text message from one of their volunteers: “?Hey, wondering what the
protocol is with possible strays. There’s a cat in my neighborhood I’ve seen from a distance,
but today I found her meowing by some bushes and she was desperate for affection. Seems
fairly healthy, if skinny, and shedding like mad. No collar. I’m going to go back with some food
and water and wondering if I should be knocking on doors or just scooping her up and getting
her scanned for a chip. I certainly don’t want to steal someone’s cat, and she was obviously
loved at some point. I have a couple of pics. It might take a while to spot her in the open
again, it seems, but I’ll keep on it. I posted the pics to a lost and found pets group, in the
meantime. I’ve seen her darting into the shadows in that area before, so if I keep food on me, I
think I can tempt her out again soon enough.” Our volunteer soon had her safely inside her
home so she was safe, fed and cared for. No microchip was found


Jade loves to be pet, brushed, and she will even offer up her belly when really comfortable.
She is a sweetheart, and it took a bit of time for her to recover from her abandonment ordeal,
but she has made progress. She wants to know that her humans won’t leave her again. Jade
is brave though and has become more comfortable with every day. Jade likes to collect soft
things and bring them to bed. From wool mittens to small teddy bears, and after claiming
her foster Mom’s pillow a couple times, she was given her own and loves to sleep on it. Jade
is a remarkable cat and is ready to be adopted into her forever home. 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