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The Pet Patrol sanctuary is located just a little bit outside of the city and there are farms
nearby. It is not uncommon for barn cats that are not spayed or neutered to have litters of
kittens, but the population is kept fairly low. The kittens are usually found and handed out to
anyone willing to take them. In this case the family is well-known to Pet Patrol and we have
helped with rescuing many of their cats. But there’s always another mother cat that meanders
onto the property and gives birth in their barns because it is quiet and safe. This is where little
Wiggles and her three siblings came from. Since the last kittens were rescued, the owners added
onto the barn substantially and called to say that the mother cat had been found dead and
there were four wee kittens that needed to be rescued. When our volunteer arrived to collect
the babies, she was handed a cardboard box. Inside were the little kittens, quite terrified with
their circumstances. Soon they were safely in Pet Patrol care and enjoying kitten kibble and a
nice, clean, soft bed. They curled up together in a ball and you could barely tell head from tail
as they fell into a deep, warm sleep.


Wiggles is a delightful tiny kitten. She has always been the smallest of the litter but she has the
biggest personality. She is quite the cuddler and likes to be held or sleeping beside you
whenever she is tuckered out from playing. Her daily life consists of cuddles, sleep, play, eat
repeat. Not a dull moment. Her favourite toys to play with are wicker balls as they make an
interesting noise, the wand toy and of course the cat tree. Playing Hide and Seek with her litter
mates underneath and on top of the couch is just the best and it is quite entertaining to them
and her caregivers . Wiggles is such a sweet kitten and 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