Monty has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Monty

Born: June 2016
Colour: White & Brown Tabby
Eyes: Gold
Neutered & Vaccinated



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


When you live way out in the country, where the neighbours have to be driven to because they are so far away, and your road is made of gravel, you get to know your property. Although vast, there is a rhythm to it, and you get to know the routines of the wildlife and the lay of the land. When a new little critter arrives you take note. It could be raccoons in the barn, a new gopher hole or in this case it was Monty. One day, out of the corner of her eye, the owner of the property saw this white image scoot across the back of the barn. She wasn’t sure what it was at first, but figured it was a cat since not many animals are white with tabby spots. Over the next few weeks he found the feeding station that she puts out for any stray that might show up and need food and shelter. More and more he started to feel more comfortable and showing himself as well, but she saw that he was limping and set up a humane trap to bring him into care. It didn’t take long to entice Monty into it, as the aroma of sardines was too much to refuse. Soon he was off to Pet Patrol and upon arrival he was unsure of what our intentions were, but he is now a very nice friendly boy.


Monty is a gem. Once comfortable in the sanctuary Monty began purring loudly when pet. He loves to be brushed and have the attention of people, and he has learned more about toys, how they work and how much fun they are. Of course, catnip is a favorite. He uses the scratching posts and enjoys laying on the soft beds now; foreign to him in his before life. Monty overall is a gentle and loving cat who enjoys the company of other cats and the indoor life style seems to suit him. He has found a friend in Tigga, and the two of them can be found cuddled up together at any point of the day. Monty is ready to be adopted into his forever home. One that will welcome him into the family and keep him safely indoors.