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A woman had called Pet Patrol a while ago about four little kittens that were living outside in
their yard. They have a rural property that is surrounded with fields and trees and the kittens
just appeared one day with their mother. Although wooded areas can hold predators like fox
and coyote, it can also provide gopher holes where mother cats will have their kittens and
larger prey cannot get at them. The people started feeding them but when approached the
cats would scatter. Seeing that her babies had food and shelter in the garage, the mother
soon left and the kittens were left on their own. The couple were looking for a good rescue
organization for them to go to. They found Pet Patrol and we encouraged them to keep the
cats in the garage so that they were safe, sheltered and they could start petting the, which they
did. But having four young cats who were by now four months old, was going to prove to be
too much, especially as they reach maturity. Pretty little Wynter and her sister Wynnie came
into our care happy for the care and patience of the volunteers.


Wynter is a very chatty girl who will ask for your love and attention and is not shy about it. She
is outgoing and affectionate, happy to be pet and cuddled and pretty good about being picked
up. She is feeling safe and adventurous and checks out all the toys and window views in the
sanctuary. She has had a lot of fun discovering toys and playing with them. The wand toy is
the best thing ever once tuckered out will curl up with another cat or on your lap in a heap of fur
and purr for a long nap. Wynter 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