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This pretty little brown tabby and white cat was noticed roaming around a small community
for some time. When a cat is outside and meows at you it means that it is friendly. It may
not approach you right away because it had put its trust in people before but ended up on
the street, but once you supply with them with plenty of food on a regular basis their true
living nature will come through. This is what happen with Brie. It didn’t take long, once she
had a full belly of food, to show everyone that she was a super friendly cat, but obviously
lost or abandoned. A nice couple enticed her into their garage where there was plenty of
food and a nice bed for her. She seemed to be quite comfortable in there with no intention
of wanting to be outside again, and it was pretty obvious that she was quite pregnant. They
contacted several rescues, looked on the lost pet sites, plus took her to the vet and
checked for a microchip. But in all cases, nothing proved to forward her to her original
owner. Soon she was in Pet Patrol care. The couple would have kept her themselves but
they already owned two cats and one would not appreciate a third feline in the house.


Brie is a very sweet and gentle cat , who appreciates the attention of people and is quite
happy to be around them. When you pet her and give her attention she pushes her head
right into your hand and rolls over for a belly rub. She is a very social girl and does not
play shy with anyone. We feel she would be good in a family setting with gentle children.
Brie loves toys and it didn’t take her long to catch onto the catnip mouse, dangling wand
toys and scaling the cat climber to view the world from the safety of the window inside. Brie
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