Patty is just under 1 yrs old (born approx. May 2016) female Brown Dilute Tabby. She is house trained, up to date on vaccinations and will be spayed as soon as she is done taking care of her beautiful babies.
Patty is one fantastic Mama! She’s a sweetie that came to us when a nice family found her as a stray. She was quite round so they took her in because they thought she may be pregnant, and they were right! Patty gave birth to 6 (that’s right SIX!) healthy kittens: Patrick, Emmet, Conor, Callie, Colleen, and Bridget.
MAR recently took in 7 kittens (Blake, Luke, Kenny, Willy, Dolly, Reba, and Faith) that are motherless and they are only 3 weeks old. Patty took one look at them and welcomed them into her family! She is the most caring amazing Mama ever! Don’t worry though, we don’t overwork her, she is given several breaks a day where she can have some alone time and just enjoy her own space.
We are so proud of Patty cuz she has gone above and beyond as a Mama and she definitely more than deserves a forever home after all the kids have grown and moved out! She will be ready to adopt around the middle of May (depending on the kittens of course!).
*Though our volunteers try their best, we cannot guarantee that any rescued animal will be a perfect match for each resident, child, or resident pet in every foster/forever home.*
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*All adoptions include spay/ neuter, full vaccinations, rabies shot and a microchip.*
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