Havana (Kitten) has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Havana

Born: May 12, 2019
Colour: Brown Tabby DLH
Eyes: Gold
Spayed & Vaccinated


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


One afternoon Pet Patrol received a message from a woman who works in barns and helps people clear out cluttered areas on their property (sheds, houses and backyards). She told us about a female cat (Harmony) and a male cat (Hunter) and their three tiny kittens (Havana being one of them). The woman had been feeding Hunter for about three years. He arrived on her rural property as a young but very frightened cat, who did not know who to trust or where security was. She started feeding him daily and saw his health improve, and provided him with a place to stay, out of the weather in her partially used barn. He stuck around and eventually allowed her to pet him, and they became friends. One day a little female cat showed up and was sticking pretty close to Hunter and he, being a kind soul, was taking care of her. It was Harmony, and as nature took its course, there were kittens born not long after the winter weather disappeared. Both cats were finding shelter across the road by how, at a neighbors barn that was in much better shape. Problem was, this little feline family had to cross a very busy road to reach their food source. Wee kittens were struggling to keep up with their parents, but somehow they managed to not be hit on the road. Harmony and Hunter were the first to be rescued and eventually the babies came in too. It was very worrisome to think they were out there without adult cat protection.


Little Havana is a gorgeous little cat, the spitting image of her father cat and the same loving personality. She was friendly right from the beginning. The woman who fed them did a very good job at creating a friendly environment for the kittens, so that they could be pet and picked up by people without fear. Havana has transitioned into living inside without an issue, loves to explore and has really taken to the new toys and kitty climbers. She is sweet and affectionate, playful and very bright. Such a nice little cat. Havana is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome her into the family with a playmate, and kept safely indoors.