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One of Pet Patrol’s volunteers lives in a small village and has a feeding station outside her
little house. The tasty food and fresh water attracts stray cats in need of a meal and shelter.
Some move on and some are rescued, spayed or neutered and if friendly homes are found, if
truly feral then a hobby farm is their new home. One day a very pregnant female cat showed
up and appeared to be desperate for help. The volunteer’s neighbour had noticed this poor
kitty as well and kindly offered to take the cat indoors, safe from predators where she could
regain her health. The kittens were born in a warm and safe environment and now that they are
older, they are really starting to show their unique, furry personalities. The mom is now spayed
and since she wants nothing to do with people she will be re homed to a safe hobby farm.


Crosby’s favourite thing to do is everything. He is a very sweet and playful kitten – ready to run
and jump at things that moves, especially the cat dancer and crinkle balls. He’ll carry his
prizes around in his mouth – refusing to let go of them until he finds new prey to hunt. When he
is done playing, Crosby will climb onto your lap and purr for pets. He’s ready for anything and
settles in well to new environments. Crosby can’t wait to be adopted and move on to his next
big adventure! He is ready to be adopted into his forever home. One that will welcome him
into the family and keep him safely indoors.

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