Stacey (Kitten) has been Adopted

Picture of our cat Stacey

Born: April 24, 2019
Colour: Black
Eyes: Gold
Spayed & Vaccinated


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


Sherry’s mother Sandy was found at a chemical plant in a smaller town, and was reported to one of the engineers there who loves cats. She was noticed with her kittens going in and out of a den underneath a transformer. The area was gated off from the plant, the parking lot, the employees and public, so to a mother cat, this was a safe and ideal place for her kittens. Food and water was immediately put out for her and a plan was put in place for them all to be rescued. The area was close to some of the offices and the staff there were ready to help by watching the humane trap. On day one, little Stacey was rescued, then in the afternoon her mother and sister Sally were brought into care. Next day one of the kittens was rescued and adopted by a staff member and then Sid was brought into Pet Patrol care too. Tiny  Sherry was still out there, it was a Friday and none of the staff over the weekend would have access to this gated area, but they kept food and water out, and the tried to keep watch over her. It was heart wrenching to think of her out there all weekend on her own. On Monday she was found a fair distance from her den, but safe and sound and was soon brought into Pet Patrol care. All were reunited and did extremely well.


Stacey and Sherry are petite little kittens who like their toys, their adventures and their people too. They did not have any interaction with people until they came into Pet Patrol care and since then they have done very well with learning to cuddle and purr. They are playful kittens who will chase after anything that rolls, bounces or makes a noise, and investigate new things that they come across. They are the last two kittens from their litter, the tiniest of them all, and have become quite bonded. Stacey and Sherry are ready to be adopted into their forever home. One that will welcome them into the family and keep them safely indoors.