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Pet Patrol received an email message from a woman who lived up north. It is not uncommon
for cats to come our way from this rural area because there are very few cat rescue organization and no city shelters. A very friendly cat showed up at their home and they had checked
around with the neighbours to see who might own her. As she greeted them at the door every
day they knew she must have been someone’s family pet. They did have her checked to see if
she had a microchip, but there was none. So little Tinkerbell was brought into Pet Patrol care
where she showed her chatty side and how alert and interested she was in everything that was
going on. Despite all attempts on social media and through postings on Found Pets, there has
been no one stepping up to claim little Tinkerbell.


Tinkerbell is a petite cat who has shown us that she is very outgoing and quite chatty. She likes
to see what you were doing and follows you around from room to room, sitting beside you and
purring sweetly. She’s quite playful and enjoys all the toys in the playroom at the sanctuary. She
seems to be fine with other cats, although a slow introduction is always a good way to start.
She is happy and alert and loves her people. This little cat will make a nice addition to any
home. She 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