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There is a very kind woman who lives in a small village off the highway. She has, for years, been
working on controlling the cat colony that migrates to her property from the neighbour’s horse
farm. It is located kitty corner to her back lot and from an opening in the tree line you can see
about five acres of abandoned trailers, skids of wood, sheds and dumpsters. Beyond that is the
single story barn where the cats house themselves in the winter months. During the summer, they
can be found in and amongst the metal clutter trying finding shelter from the heat and humidity.
Initially very few of the cats had been spayed or neutered, the cats would naturally become pregnant and tthe colony become larger. Over the past ten years she has had more than forty cats
altered; as her small community is not involved with controlling the over population of cats on their
properties, including Camilla, Chico, Carina, Corsaro and Carlo


Chico is a very cuddly kitten and the first to crawl up on the couch or bed to cuddle with you. Like
his siblings he is playful and fun loving, chasing just about anything that moves, so running after
the laser pen light around the house or jumping in the air for a want toy is very exciting. He is
good with other cats and will seek them out for cuddles and grooming, sharing the kitty bed or
snuggling in the cat tree cubby. Another favorite spot to catch the action or a nice warm sun
beam is in the window looking out onto the neighbourhood. He is a sweet boy and quite gentle.
He is ready to be adopted into an adult only home, as he is still a little unsure of sudden movements or loud noises. Chico is a nice little cat and ready to be adopted into a home with a playmate. One that will welcome him into the family and keep him safely indoors.

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