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Winter is a hard time for any of us, but especially for those who do not have a home. In a
very small village off a main road, there is a house where stray cats often take refuge. The
house has an exterior covered window well with a heat lamp and dry bedding inside. The
window is at the side of the house looking into the shop in the basement. The cats, mostly
feral but some friendly, are fed three times a day at the back door. Ariel arrived on her own
one winter day, from no one knows where. The people who lived in the house could tell she
was tame and friendly, as she would come to them for pets as well as food. While other
cats would come and go, Ariel stayed. The couple felt that she deserved to live a life safely
in a home and soon called Pet Patrol. Soon afterwards three little kittens were born : Adell,
Arlo and August and all have thrived in our care.


Ariel is a very friendly cat and is very attentive to her foster care givers. It is wonderful that
she likes to be picked up, pet and cuddled, and she will readily jump on your lap. She likes
to be wherever you are. This pretty girl also has a lot to say, questions to ask and greets
you happily at the door which is lovely. Once in a while she will chase toys around but
really likes to watch birds and people. Laying in the window and soaking up the sunshine
is her afternoon past time, but she also readily will sleep in cat beds, your bed or on the
couch next to you. Ariel is ready to be adopted into her forever home. One that will welcome
her into the family and keep her safely indoors.

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