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Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 20026
1077 North Service Road #39
Mississauga, ON L4Y 1A6

Abbey Cat Adoptions is a registered Canadian charity #88190 0401 RR0001


Just Rescued! Homes Needed!

These 7 week old beauties were dumped on the doorstep of a pet store. They are safe and are in a VERY temporary foster home and are living in a cage as there's nowhere else for them. Please open your heart and your home to these babies and so they can escape their cage. Adopt or Foster today! PLEASE NOTE: They MUST be adopted in pairs or to a home with a kitten of similar age.




Newest Rescue

A friendly Mum with her 4 kittens taken in from the cold outdoors. Kittens will be ready for adoption in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more cuteness! Adopt...Foster...Donate to save lives today! 416 284 2140


Xanadu (orange male left) & Exotica (female torti on right)

Nirvana (calico mum)

Valhalla (female calico on left) Avalon ( black n white on right)

Foster & Adoptive Homes & Donations Needed

Abbey Cat Adoptions needs foster homes, adoptive homes and donations in order to help the homeless this winter season. It's getting cold outside and we have cats and kittens waiting to come into the program and some that are out in the snow right now. Can you help? If you would like to help us bring some of those in need in out of the cold, please fill out an application to become a foster parent or donate towards our food & vet bills or adopt your very own Abbeycat to make room for another. Thank you for your support.

*Pictured below: Brance was just rescued from the cold outdoors up north and we're trying to get her two little siblings, still out in the snow.


Shimmer needs a home

Shimmer is "snuggle and cuddle" kitty who is longing to be someone's baby. She wants to be picked up and cuddled (if she's up in your arms, she knows she can kiss your face), but if you don't have time for that, she'll just walk as close as she can get to you and purr. When you stop walking, she'll lie down on your feet. But before you get to see that lovely affectionate personality, Shimmer has to get to know you. When she meets people for the first time, she gets anxious and growls. She purrs apologetically too, but she's just too scared to let new people handle her. She will lash out if she starts feeling too threatened. She needs plenty of time hanging out quietly with a new person before she starts warming up. She needs to be adopted by someone who has the patience to let her blossom into the affectionate and loving little kitty she is. (A few treats here and there help a lot with the process!)

Shimmer gets quite aggressive with other cats and must go as an only cat. While she gets along wonderfully with adults and teens who can handle her gently and predictably, she probably would not be a good choice for household with young children.

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