Myla (Kitten) has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Myla

Born: Summer 2013
Colour: Brown Tabby & White
Spayed & Vaccinated

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


Farm properties, are not rich properties, and people take advantage of them by dumping their unwanted pets there. These careless people think that the country life is carefree and wonderful with the open spaces and gentle breeze. But it is not that way for a cat. They are now, suddenly and dramatically, subjected to an environment that they know nothing about. They are used to boundaries such as ceiling, walls and doors, their climate is controlled and their food is always available. Now they live in fear and it starts the moment that car pulls away on the gravel road. We are not sure when the first stray cat showed up, but she was probably pregnant and so started the colony of this particular property. Being a horse farm, the cats were treated as pets an many are friendly and affectionate. However, veterinary care is not a priority and so many had eye injuries, none were spayed or neutered and they were in need of parasite treatment. Once in Pet Patrol care, all their needs were met, and they have provided us with so much enjoyment with their wonderful personalities.


This little girl has done tremendously well in her foster home. She certainly appreciates sleeping in a clean and warm bed, and not having to walk on cold damp cement and tip toe around horse poo. She is fun loving and energetic, but not a crazy off the wall kitten, more an observer at times. It was interesting to watch her discover toys, and now she will play with anything that moves…popcorn is a favourite. She has a real sweet and gentle nature about her. When petting her back, she will flop down and roll over to show you her belly, but that is not always an invitation to tickle her. She is quite independent at times. Myla does not mind being picked up and cuddled. She has lived with cats of all ages and with dogs as well, and makes friends with them all. Myla is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will keep her safely indoors and welcome her into the family.