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A young woman who has fostered cats for Pet Patrol before called to say she had found a
small cat coming to the side door of her house in a subdivision. The camera set up outside
her house showed that the cat came between 11:30 pm and 5:30 am and was almost certainly
outside in the cold all night – possibly for many nights. The woman set up a humane trap, but
the little cat only sat beside it even though he obviously was hungry for the food inside. The
rescuer crept out of the house slowly, sat down, and the kitty came right to her. This was
Kalan and he turned out to be easy to pet and to pick up. Even though he was lost outside, he
seemed to know and trust that he would be safe. The woman brought him into the house, and
now Kalan is at the sanctuary. He has settled in beautifully and likes being with the other cats. .


Although Kalan was fearful on the street, this sweet-natured boy with his soft rabbit fur has
adjusted well to being rescued and is enjoying the warmth and safety of the sanctuary. He is
relaxed and enjoys cuddles. He loves to climb the cat tree and watch traffic go by out the
window and is excited when a bird lands on the window sill. His favourite toys are catnip mice,
wand toys, and plastic springs. Kalan is good with other cats and would be happy in a home
with another cat for a playmate. He is ready to be adopted into his forever home, hopefully with
a companion. A home that will welcome him into the family and keep him safely indoors

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