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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


We have had an overwhelming number of calls coming in for kittens, and would like to advise that unless you mention in your message that you have a kitten of similar age, we are unable to return your call. ALL of our kittens need to be adopted either with a sibling or to a home with a kitten of similar age. Thank you.
A Kitten's Christmas Wish...

Meet Epiphany! Her only wish is for a permanent home for Christmas. If you have a kitten of similar age and would like to grant Epiphany's wish, please fill out an adoption application. 416 284 2140


Found Kitty

This pretty girl was found on an apartment 1st floor balcony in North York hungry and cold. The person who found her has put posters in all the mailboxes in the building but has had no response. She has been taken in temporarily so we can have her checked for a microchip. If she is your cat, please contact us so she can be home with her family for Christmas. In the event she is in fact homeless, we will need a foster/permanent home for her. If you are not able to foster or adopt her, in the spirit of the season, please consider a small donation to help with vet bills. We have named her Jingle.


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.


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