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


Note:  this is a mailing address only – it is not a shelter.
Our foster homes and cats / kittens are located all over GTA

 

Saving one cat will not change the world,
but surely for that one cat, the world will change forever.
- Karen Davidson

 

Please Note: We cannot return calls for kittens unless they have been placed
on our "available" page - around the time they are 6 to 8 weeks old.  

FOSTER HOME(S) NEEDED FOR 4 - 8 WEEK OLD KITTENS!!

Do you have room in your heart and your home for 4 8 week old kittens?
Would you like to care for and nurture these little ones until they are ready for adoption?

If the answer is YES, please fill out a foster application or call our phone line 416 284 2140

Fostering can be a very rich and rewarding experience,
Second only to finding a permanent home for each and every cat in the program, fostering is one of the most important aspects of Abbey Cat Adoptions.


FOSTER HOME OR PERMANENT HOME URGENTLY NEEDED!!
TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR THESE THREE!!

Shasta, Brophy and Diego's owner moved and couldn't take them with her so she dropped them off at a veterinary clinic in the hopes that the vet clinic could find them a home.
So far they have been unable to do so and they contacted Abbey Cats to see if we could help.

However, kitten season is here and all our foster homes are full.

We have managed to buy them some time (2 weeks) but if a foster or permanent home isn't found for them they will be turned over to a shelter where they will almost certainly be euthanized, because of the time of year, their colour and the fact that they are no longer kittens.
A municipal shelter would not deem them highly adoptable They deserve better than that.

According to staff at the clinic these cats are extremely affectionate and loving, both with humans and each other. Brophy and Diego have a particularly strong bond and would be very unhappy if separated.
They are also used to living with a large dog and would be able to live in a home with canines as long as the dogs were respectful.

In order to find them homes adoption fees have been waived in lieu of a minimum donation.

If you are able to help please fill out a foster / adoption application.
For more information, please call our phone line 416 284 2140

If you are unable to take in these cats, please help us get the word out and share wherever you can!
These three lives are depending on us!!


FOSTER OR PERMANENT HOME  NEEDED ASAP!!
AMARETTO MUST BE REHOMED BY JUNE 30, 2017
TIME IS RUNNNING OUT!!

The owner of this cat can no longer care for her and cannot afford to get her fixed..
We would like to get Amaretto into foster care get her spayed and adopted to a permanent home.
If you have room in your home and your heart to give her a second chance, please fill out a foster application  or call 416 284 2140 today!!

There is not much time to get her rehomed!!

Breed: Tabby - brown/ white and black stripes
Gender: Female
Age : 1 year old
Spayed : (is being arranged)
D.O.B : May 11 2016

Amaretto is a 1 year old tabby cat.
She is very friendly around her "familiar" humans, but can be very timid around strangers she has never met before.
She loves treats, is very clean, and enjoys carrying her toys around with her everywhere she goes.
She uses a scratching post, values her toys and is very curious of the environment around her.
She loves affection and can be a bit of a talker.
She is always spotted sitting by the window watching nature and the world go by for hours on end.
She is a super energetic cat and loves to run around and play. 
She would do well in a home with a family that does not have other cats or children.
She is a lovely girl and would make a fantastic companion animal.


PARALYMPIA NEEDS YOUR HELP!!!

Beautiful Russian Blue Cross Teela gave birth to fthree kittens on May 2, 2017, shortly after she arrived in her foster home.
Her foster Mum noticed that tiny Paralympia's umbilical cord was wound tightly around her hind legs.
We rushed her to a vet, who gave us the terrible news that this happened while she was developing inside her mother and that her feet have been deformed.
The only way to save this little kitten's life her, hind legs below the “knee” were amputated. 
Paralympia has survived the surgery and is doing well.
Her mother Teela is taking forever good care of her at the vet's office.
The vet assured us that she can adapt and learn to run and jump and enjoy her life, never knowing that she is “different”, and we want to give her this chance.
Do you have it in your heart to give her your support by making a donation towards her veterinary costs -- we are hoping to raise $3000!

Paralympia is a dilute tortie and is named Paralympia because of her courageous and indomitable spirit.
She is determined to survive and we are determined to help her!
Update: Paralympia opened her eyes on May 10, 2017 

Please help fund the life-saving surgery she needs as well as her after care.

All donations over $15.00 will be eligible for a tax receipt so please be sure to include your full name and address so we can issue a tax receipt next tax time.

We have also started a Go Fund Me Campaign for Paralympia.


A POEM TO MY FOSTER CAT


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