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A Pet Patrol volunteer lives in a small village surrounded by farms and often stray cats show up at her feeding station. With Hunter, neighbours had noticed him as a kitten hanging around their yard with another cat. It was a female and the rescuer assumed it was his mother, but there was not the same affection shown to Hunter as he showed her.  The volunteer was feeding them and trying to pet the kitten so it could be socialized and be more comfortable being rescued. Within weeks the kitten was brought into our care. It was good timing because there were a few male cats around, so rescuing him saved him from being run off.  Once in Pet Patrol care it wasn’t long before he started to rub against the foster dad’ s legs and  seemed to like being pet , but still didn’t trust people completely.


Hunter is a sweet-natured cat who loves to play. He is comfortable with other cats, often introducing himself with happy little chirps. Hunter wasn’t used to living in comfy home environments, so he might take a little while to warm up to new people or places. Once he does, you’ll find a cat addicted to pets who’ll melt like butter to your touch. Hunter lives up to his name, playing happily with every cat toy imaginable and amusing himself for hours with silly and inventive cat energy. He is ready to bring his positive vibes into a forever home. 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