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Facts about Mai-Lyn

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Black (All)
  • Age: Adult
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short

My name is Mai-Lyn!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in St. Clements, Ontario - Mai-Lyn
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Mai-Lyn's Info...

I am already spayed, up to date with shots, and good with cats.

Mai-Lyn's Story...
The weather was finally warming up, and the rain of spring had stopped for the time being, when a woman discovered a litter of kittens under her back deck. Mai-Lyn was born under a wheel barrow, amongst dry leaves and a garden hose. Her momma chose the right home, because the people who owned the house feed her until they could rescue this feline family. She had four kittens; one was black and white, two were grey and white, and little Mai-Lyn was almost all black. The woman and her family kept one of the kittens, and another rescue group took the other two (but would not take Mai-Lyn because she was black!?). When she was just 9 weeks old, this little bundle of fluff was brought to Pet Patrol. She was frightened and felt very alone. We were lucky enough to have a momma cat named Mandy, who took Mai-Lyn on as her own. Mai-Lyn was quite appreciative of that and has flourished in our care.When Mai-Lyn arrived at Pet Patrol, she was a little resistive to being picked up and cuddled. She would stretch out, arch her back, and try to slide off your arm...head first towards the floor. Thinking this is not normal, we took her to the animal chiropractor and sure enough, Mai-Lyn’s back was out of alignment. It did the trick and now Mai-Lyn is a very sweet and gentle little cat. She does not mind being picked up and cuddled, carried around and is quite a lap cat. She is quite playful and will chase a little kitty ball around the room or climb the kitty climber like Mt. Everest, with determination and a sense of pride when she reaches the top. Mai-Lyn is ready to be adopted into a home that is gentle and loving. One that will care for her carefully, keep her indoors safely and love her forever.
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About Pet Patrol

About Our Rescue Group...

The Pet Patrol Cat Adoption Program began in 1996, with a concern for lost and abandoned cats. Soon after, we realized the population explosion of homeless cats, was not only in our community, but everywhere.

Their plight is sad. Imagine living in a warm and comfortable home, then suddenly staring at the back of the car as it drives off, leaving you on a gravel road. Nothing looks familiar, no house, no people. Where do you go now? Where do you find your next meal, water, a warm dry bed? And then there are the other animals who don’t want you there...where is safety?

Many more cats are dumped by insensitive owners than lost. They are usually not neutered or spayed, which adds dramatically to the over population situation. They are in poor health, unable to fend for themselves in the dead of winter or heat of summer, in the middle of nowhere. They are voiceless, but their hearts cry out for us.

Pet Patrol has expanded successfully and we provide loving foster homes, professional Vet care, Chiropractic care and a Spay/Neuter program. We have Profile Adoption Books, posters, weekly newspaper advertising and are able to have our cats “Audition for Adoption” in two Pet Value stores in Waterloo. We have approximately 80 cats or kittens in our custody, and each cat’s medical and social concerns are taken care of before adoption. Potential new owners are screened carefully for compatibility of home life and to the cat’s personality and needs. With all this, there are never enough adoptive homes or funds, for so many more homeless cats out there, literally dying to come in.

As a Registered Charity, all monies raised go directly to Veterinary costs for each cat. Pet Patrol has grown as a direct result of the vast number of cats abandoned and trying to survive on next to nothing. You can understand the continual efforts needed to care for these cats in crisis. Pet Patrol has proven to be an important part of your community.

Donations are purrfectly welcomed.

If you’re interested in adopting a kitty or fund raising, please call Pet Patrol @ 519-669-1979.

Please visit our website to see all the cats we currently have available for adoption:

http://www.petpatrol.ca

Come Meet Our Pets...

Please visit our website to see all the cats we currently have available for adoption:

http://www.petpatrol.ca

Please note that we do not have an animal shelter or office. Pet Patrol cats live in the comfort of our homes, cage free. As such, appointments must be arranged before coming to the main foster home to visit the cats. Please call us at 519.669.1979 for an interview.

You can also see some of our cats auditioning for adoption at the following Pet Valu Stores:

94 Bridgeport Road East
Waterloo, ON N2J 2J9
(519) 886-6234

347 Erb Street West
Waterloo, ON N2L 1W4
(519) 725-2392

235 Ira Needles Boulevard
Waterloo, ON N2N 0B2
(519) 744-7475

Our Adoption Process...

Please note that we do not have an animal shelter or office. Pet Patrol cats live in the comfort of our homes, cage free. As such, appointments must be arranged before coming to the main foster home to visit the cats. Please call us at 519.669.1979 for an interview.

Every Pet Patrol cat has been Vet-checked, vaccinated, received its rabies shot, is spayed or neutered and treated for parasites.

Our adoption fee is $175.00 which helps to offset the initial Veterinary costs and control the overpopulation problem.

When you find a cat that you like, and it likes you, it can go home with you that day. You will receive the cat's profile (which tells you about the cat's rescue and its personality), you'll sign adoption forms and receive the cat's Health Record as well.

By living with the cats, we get to observe their individual personalities and how they get along with new people, children that visit the home, and their interactions with other cats. This helps us to determine if a cat needs a more serene and predictable home, or likes to be in the middle of a busy active family. We want everyone to be happy, the cat and its new family!

Please visit our website to see all the cats we currently have available for adoption:

http://www.petpatrol.ca