Ollie has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Ollie

Born: July 2018
Colour: Orange & White
Eyes: Gold
Neutered & Vaccinated


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


What a dear little cat, and how sad that he was found outside, frightened and alone.  When the young woman first spotted Ollie he was looking in her back patio door.  It was night time and he was like a dimly lit orange and white ghost.  As soon as he made eye contact with her, he vanished into the night.  It was a while before he showed up again, a few months actually, and the woman’s mother spotted him.  This time they put food and water out for him and although he was grateful for it, he was not trusting yet. Poor Ollie!  Over time and with patience, the woman sat outside at regular times and set out his food and started talking to him.  It didn’t take too many visits before he began getting closer and closer to her, and then one day Ollie was within reach. She wasn’t sure what was going to happen, but she needed to try and touch him, and let him know she meant no harm.  As this sweet boy sidled up to her, she touched his back and although slightly startled, he did not run, but instead on the second stroke down his back he flopped over.  Ollie immediately rolled around and accepted all the pets, scratches and belly rubs possible. He was so happy to have the attention again.   Shortly afterwards he was brought into Pet Patrol care where he has charmed everyone.


Ollie is so happy to be with people again, indoors and given a lot of love and attention.  He is easy to pick up and cuddle, wants to be with you and is definitely a lap cat.  He is playful and active, likes his toys, watches the neighbourhood from his window perch and does not miss the outdoors at all.  He is a happy go lucky boy who has witnessed the life on the streets, abandonment, hunger and complete loneliness, but no more.  Ollie is ready to be adopted into his forever home.  One that will welcome him into the family and keep them safely indoor.