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Pet Patrol’s sanctuary is located in a rural area, surrounded by farms and people who do
things the traditional way. Properties are fields apart and any cats that migrate from farm to
farm, have a fair distance to go. One day we received a call, it was early in the summer, from
a farm family who had a good sized barn with cows, horses of course, chickens and a number
of cats. They mentioned that they “ just had too many cats and would we like some”.
They wanted us to take a mother cat, Ilsa and her kitten, Ilianna. At that time of year, kitten
season, Pet Patrol was absolutely overflowing with cats and kittens and not a spare foster
home to place more into. It was just after Covid restrictions were lifted and people were
traveling. This reduced the number of people able to adopt or to foster. We had a full house
from June through to September but after a short wait Ilsa and Ilianna came into our care and
both have done very well.


Iliana is a very sweet, curious little cat. While she is a concerned when her environment
changes, she soon becomes chatty and warms up very quickly. She asks for attention and
likes to be pet and have nice ear rubs. As one to check things out, Iliana likes to explore and
play with toys, she is interested in what her people do and who is coming into the house. She
often is found taking naps in the sun at the top of the cat tree or in a private cubby somewhere
out of the way. Ilsa and Iliana get along very well and both are ready to be adopted into their
forever home hopefully together. One that will welcome them into the family and keep them
safely indoors.

If you are interested in adoption please contact Pet patrol at 519-669-1979