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Pet Patrol received a message from a man who lives in a village about 45 minutes from the
sanctuary. He and his wife had noticed, in November, this pretty girl sitting on the porch looking, pleadingly, in the sliding door. “I just recently adopted two kittens, and didn’t feel that I could
let this ‘feral’ cat inside.” During our conversation they described her as friendly and that they
could pet her and she rubs up against their legs. This is not a feral cat. It’s just happens to be a
cat who has found herself to be homeless. When Tabatha arrived at the sanctuary we discovered her Microchip and it was from a shelter in Quebec but tracing who her owners were
proved to be futile Tabitha is now ready for her forever home and would be happy to be indoors and loved unconditionally


Tabatha settled into the sanctuary quite nicely. She’s a very sweet girl, gentle and playful. She
loves to look out the windows and see what is happening with the wildlife, traffic and people
coming and going into the sanctuary. She is discovering toys and chasing after the laser pen
light, coming up to people as they come in the door and excepting pets. Tabitha basks in the
sun as much as she can, relishing in being rescued. She is ready to be adopted into a 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