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A woman had noticed an orange female cat in her backyard and she began feeding her not
really thinking anymore of her than just being a stray. Then one day she noticed that Mitzie was
quite pregnant and she wasn’t sure what to do at that point, but she continued to feed her.
This petite kitty would hide amongst the tall ferns in her backyard, take refuge under the back
deck on rainy days and cold nights and she stayed pretty close to the woman’s yard. Then
one day she appeared with two kittens (Java and Jini) and was bringing them to the feeding
station as they were at least eight weeks of age. A plan was put into place and on the first
rescue day the two kittens were brought into our care and the next day Mitzie arrived. Although concerned about her change of environment she settled in shortly after.


Mitzie has really come out of her shell while in her foster home. She was quite unsure when she
first arrived at the sanctuary after being rescued, but with time and patience, and especially
after giving birth to eight kittens. Her new people were kind and she responded to their affection. Now she is living it up as an indoor cat and although sometimes she may look serious
the only thing she is serious about is getting pets. She seems to think hands only exist for
petting as when she watches you type she tries to rub herself against them, purring happily
and nudging you for more attention. She has become super playful now without her maternal responsibilities. Mitzie is ready to be
adopted her forever home. One that will welcome her into the family and keep her safely

If you are interested in adoption please contact Pet patrol at 519-669-1979