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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 before the baby
is born. The women who called Pet Patrol took in sixteen cats initially and found homes or
other rescues to take some. By the end of the rescue operation there were sixty four cats in
total that needed to be rehomed. 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 nine initially and
more later on, which included Missy who was heavily pregnant at the time. Proper authorities
and other cat rescues have been called to make sure the remaining cats and remove them
from their dismal living conditions.. Soon after arriving at Pet Patrol Missy gave birth to Martini,
Margarita and Mojito.


Deja is a lovely little cat who is very social and is quite happy to receive all the attention from
people. She is doesn’t mind being picked up and cuddled, will jump up on anyone’s lap for
Movie night or at bedtime she is usually at the foot of the bed. Deja is playful and happy go
lucky, ok with another cat or as an only kitty in her new home. We have not noticed her favoring
one toy over another as having a variety of toys is all new to her, but a catnip mouse is just the
best thing ever. Deja is all round a lovely cat who 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