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This little kitten’s mother is Brie, a pretty little brown tabby and white cat who 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 them with
plenty of food on a regular basis you gain their trust and their true personality will come
through. This is what happened 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 she seemed to be quite comfortable with
no intention of wanting to be outside again. 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 could not find her original owner. Soon she was in Pet
Patrol care and gave birth to Beanie, Bella, Bonnie, Bindi and Benny


Bindi is quite an active girl and is into everything. She and her brother Benny are very
brave and usually lead the way, showing the other siblings new toys, the cat tunnel and
when there are birds or squirrels to watch out the window. She is the usual kitten – play,
play, play, sleep, and then start the cycle again. There isn’t a toy she has met that she
does not like and puts the Energizer Bunny to shame. It would be great if she and one of
her siblings could be adopted together as they keep each other busy and seek each other
out. Bindi loves pets and gives little kisses, and if she sees you or hears you, her tail goes
straight up and she runs to you. She has been around small dogs in her foster home and
is very curious. Bindi is ready to be adopted into her forever home with a sibling or playmate. 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