Pet Patrol was contacted by two caring and kind-hearted women who have been feeding a
feral cat colony in their urban neighbourhood. They had been trying for a while to rescue
Maggie’s mom, Misha, a mother cat who has had at least four or five litters of kittens. When
they noticed in late February that she was pregnant again, they did their best to rescue her
using a humane trap, but Misha was wise to it and would not go in. The women set up a large
dog cage instead, which was not so enclosed and soon after Misha gave birth to three kittens.
It was too cold for them to be outdoors so the women placed a cat carrier next to the cage and
Misha moved the three kittens into it, but she would not go in it herself (not enough room). One
of the women went outside and picked up the carrier and finding Misha in the dog cage,
quickly shut the door and brought everyone inside. Sadly, one of the three kittens did not
survive as it was exposed to the cold for too long, but the other two kittens (Maggie and
Molly) were now safe and warm. To everyone’s surprise forty eight hours later the last kitten
was born (Midgey)
Maggie likes to play with any toy that rolls her way, she will immediately zero in on it, eyes wide
and tail wagging, then comes the pounce and chase. The Cat Dancer wire toy and the laser
pen light are her most favourite toys to be entertained by and she is always up for a game of
Tag. She can be found running around the room with her siblings, stopping just long enough to
get a quick wrestle in. She is curious about new things and not shy about exploring them.
This little one is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome her into the
family and keep her safely indoors.