Bear (Kitten) has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Bear

MALE
Born: May 20, 2019
Colour: Black & White
Eyes: Gold
Neutered & Vaccinated

Microchipped

✔ Quiet home
✔ Active home
✔ Adult home
✔ Children under 12
✔ Children over 12
✔ Other cats
?  Dogs (passive)
✔ Indoors only

Rescue:

Pet Patrol received a phone call from a former foster home who lives in the far south end of the city. She was out in her garden, actually the raspberry patch, and saw a little tiny kitten face looking out at her. The weather was incredibly hot and humid, with no water or food source around. Immediately she began the task of rescuing the kitten, and looking for more. She eventually found a sibling and both were brought into the house. The wee ones were under eight weeks of age and extremely appreciative of being rescued, given food and water, and of being cuddled and held. Both were boys and were named Baxter and Bear by the foster home. Now the question is, where did they come from; and are there siblings out there? When the woman was investigating her backyard further she found a young family of skunks and their three babies. It would not be uncommon for kittens and skunks to live harmoniously as they are both gentle natured animals. Needless to say though, she did not investigate that part of her yard and shed any closer, but kept a diligent watch. After camping out in the yard and placing a feeding station where the kittens were found, with no results after a week, she feels that she there were only two abandoned little ones in her yard.

Personality:

Baxter and Bear are incredibly happy, active and fun loving little cats. They were thrilled with the carpeted floors in their foster home, the toys and the kitty climbers are exciting for them. They have received a lot of love and attention from their rescue/foster home and have fit right into the family. They are adorable, affectionate and people oriented cats, who are quite bonded, playful and curious. Baxter and Bear are ready to be adopted into their forever home one that will welcome them in to the family and keep them safely indoors.