Peanut and her siblings were found outside about four months ago, in a subdivision where
their rescuer lives. “A neighbour had been feeding them for a while, but before they moved
away, they informed me of where they had been seeing them. My sister and I went to look for
them and discovered four kittens (one slightly older than the others), a very pregnant queen,
and two other queens who had been nursing. After about a week of feeding them outside, we
managed to get them into carriers and brought them into our home. They were surprisingly
clean. We asked neighbours if they knew where the cats had come from and one person
suggested that they may have belonged to a neighbour that had since passed away, but I could
not confirm this (although the dates do add up). We kept visiting the spot where we found
them, hoping that we hadn’t missed anyone, and found a ginger male (Bruce) who we suspect
is the father. He was surprisingly friendly and affectionate as well, so we brought him inside
and kept him separated from the females. All are happy and healthy cats now, waiting for their
new families to adopt them.
Peanut is a sweet little ginger tabby girl who loves getting into mischief. She is around seven
months old, but her exact date of birth is unknown. She really enjoys snuggling and playing with
her younger sisters. She is highly intelligent and appreciates being challenged while playing
and one of her favourite games is searching for treats hidden around a room. She is a tiny ball
of energy, and absolutely loves people. Peanut is ready to be adopted into her forever home.
One that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely indoors.