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Pet Patrol received an urgent call from a woman who has rescued cats in her area before and
has done her best to make sure they were safe. She can house them temporarily, then she
places them with other rescues or finds new homes for them. She had become aware of a
young woman who was living on her own and pregnant. Family and Children Services had
insisted that this young woman’s many cats and two large dogs be rehomed. The women who
called Pet Patrol took in sixteen cats, but there were still nine left in the apartment, as well as
two dogs who were large and aggressive. The rescue went well, as the young woman who
owned the cats helped by placing the cats into carriers. Pet Patrol was able to help with three
little orange teenage cats (Niles being one of them), a mama cat who was almost blind due to
an eye infection, her two kittens and two very pregnant cats about to give birth. Proper authorities and other cat rescues have been called to make sure the remaining cats and the dogs will
be looked after and removed from their dismal living conditions..


O’Keefe is very friendly and affectionate. He likes to climb up on your lap and lean in for
petting, will nuzzle into you, head butt and give kitty kisses. He purrs the whole time and has a
wonderful look of happiness on his little feline face. He is very social and outgoing, greeting
people at the door, and also quite playful and can entertain himself quite nicely with toys that
dangle or bounce. Let’s not forget the cat favorite, the cardboard box and catnip. O’Keefe is
good with other cats and is ready to be adopted into his 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