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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


Abbey Cat Adoptions will be participating in #GivingTuesday this November 28!
Join millions of Canadians and give back to the causes close to your heart!

We are an entirely volunteer run charity that relies on the generosity of animal lovers who believe that every cat has the right to a safe, loving and permanent home!
100% of donations goes to helping the animals in our care.
There is no amount too small to make a big difference!

In order for us to save more lives and find loving homes for the cats and kittens who come to us we are asking you to open your hearts and your wallets to either become a foster parent or donate what you can during this season of giving.

Below are stories of just a few of those we have been able to help because of your support and generosity.

First though, we are asking for your help so that we may help Mosaic:

Mosaic is a kitten who is about 5 months old and who was found outside, fending for herself.
The person who found her noticed that she was bumping into walls, and they knew that she needed vet care.
They brought her to us, and we took her straight to a vet.
The vet told us that Mosaic is blind in both eyes, which may have been caused by a head trauma or some kind of neurological issue.
Her eyes are healthy, but she can’t see.

When we first met her, she didn’t seem to be able to hear either, but after a week of treatment for some ear problems, she is hearing just fine now.

She is being treated for infections, parasites, mites, and more, but all these issues are treatable and she is already steadily improving in foster care.

She is energetic and friendly, and is learning to get around very well.
Nothing can stop her on the floor, but she’s still nervous about exploring anything that is up high.
She tends to get herself into high places and then quietly meows for her foster mom to come let her down.
After a few times doing this, she usually starts to find her way down herself.
Mosaic’s blindness and her health issues mean that she has higher vet bills than most of our foster cats, so we are seeking donations to help cover these costs.

Any donation you could make would be a huge help to this small kitten with a huge heart.

To help us help Mosaic in this season of giving, please visit us at Giving Tuesday

All donations over the amount of $15.00 are tax deductible.

Little Drummer Boy Was Our Christmas Miracle:

On a cold night just before Christmas, a woman was walking her dog past some dumpsters in an alley.
Her dog suddenly lunged forward, barking excitedly -- the woman pulled him back and went over to investigate.
She found a tiny kitten shivering amid the garbage in the dumpster, his hind legs splayed and limp.

She carefully scooped him up, and tucked him in her pocket.
When she got home, she contacted her sister, who was a volunteer for Abbey Cat Adoptions.
Abbey Cats immediately had him checked by a vet who found that this poor kitten had broken ribs and pelvis as well as two broken femurs -- probably from being kicked by a heavy boot -- and would need a specialist's attention!

Abbey Cats named him Little Drummer Boy in honour of the season and authorized the vet to contact an orthopedic veterinary surgeon.
In the meantime, a foster parent arranged a cage with a very low litter box that allowed the kitten to drag himself in and out when necessary, and she made sure that he was able to eat and drink comfortably.

The surgeon inserted a pin in one femur to allow it to set properly (the other was in place to heal naturally) and the foster parent took care of him while he recovered from the rest of his injuries.

After a few weeks, he had to have another operation to remove the pin.
When Little Drummer Boy awoke from the anaesthetic, the vet placed him on the floor, and he eagerly scampered across the room on all four legs!

This was a wonderful Christmas miracle, but it left a very small volunteer group with a veterinary bill of over $3000!
One of the volunteers then had the idea of placing his story and a crowd-funding donation button on the Abbey Cats web site.
Another was scheduled to appear on a local television program, "Animal House Calls" and used the opportunity to tell Little Drummer Boy's story and have his picture shown on television.
Within hours, the accountant's phone started beeping, as donations poured in from Toronto, the rest of Canada, the USA, Britain, and even Australia!

Not long after, Little Drummer Boy was adopted, and the folks at Abbey Cats sighed with gratitude at the good will from donors around the world who had provided the funds to save this kitten's life and give him a forever home with a loving family.

Without the generosity of our donors and support of our foster parents, Little Drummer Boy's outcome might have been tragically different.

Please help us continue to help cats and kittens like Little Drummer Boy...
Visit us at Giving Tuesday to offer your monetary support, or fill out a foster parent application to sign up for one of the most rewarding volunteer experiences you could wish for!

This Is Courtney's Story

Courtney came to Abbey Cats after following a child home one day.
The family tried to find her owner, however it appeared as if she didn't belong to anyone.
When the family discovered that she was pregnant, they contacted Abbey Cats.
Within a week of coming to us, and settling in to her foster home, Courtney gave birth to 4 adorable kittens, Britney, Maritz, Nairne and Gemstar.
Despite being little more than a kitten herself, Courtney proved to be a wonderful mother!

All four of the kittens did well in their foster home and developed their own unique personalities.

Britney, the runt of the litter, hated the transition from milk to cat food, and always looked at her foster parents with disgust when they tried to feed it to her. Eventually, she discovered it was delicious when it fell on her foster father’s sock, and she accidentally tasted it while attacking his feet!

Gemstar didn’t want to start eating solid food either. When he had a taste and saw how delicious it was, he continued to eat it while looking extremely conflicted. It was as though he couldn’t stop himself, but he really didn’t want to eat it.

Maritz is much larger than his siblings, and was the first to do everything, walking, eating solid food, using the litter box. He is brave and playful, and a bit more laid back than his siblings.

Nairne is the most rambunctious of the litter. She loves to play and climb and pick on here siblings. She gets tired from all of her playing, and then sleeps very deeply, often with a human or in a pile of kittens.

All of the kittens found their forever homes, Courtney was spayed and she too was adopted.

Because of the generosity and dedication of our foster families like those who took in Courtney and her babies, we are able to find cats and kittens permanent and loving homes.

The donations we receive go directly to the care and welfare of those in our programme, to get them vet care, medications if needed and nutritious food.
Please visit us at Giving Tuesday to offer your support.
We thank you in advance for your generosity.

Mystic Is Just One Of Our Many Success Stories

Mystic is a beautiful girl who was found outside, and was brought to Abbey Cats when she was heavily pregnant.
She gave birth to 3 adorable kittens the day after coming to her foster home!

Mystics kittens, Shisa, Heka and Pard have all found their forever homes!
Pard, a mischievous and loveable little boy, was born with an umbilical hernia. He also had some developmental issues with his paws and legs. But due to a diligent and dedicated foster family, exemplary veterinary care, and Pard's winning personality, he is now thriving in his forever home!

Mystic was adopted recently and loves her life with her new human. She fit into her new home right away, and now spends hours sitting in front of her favourite window, watching squirrels, cats, and sometimes raccoons, or lounging on “her” couch.

Her human puts on a shadow puppet show for her nightly so that she can chase the shadows on the wall. Her new owner says she is fun and goofy, and they are incredibly happy to have found each other.
We know that she will have a wonderful life full of love, relaxation, and fun. She deserves it!

Without the support of Abbey Cats and their amazing foster families, Mystic and her kittens wouldn’t have had the chance to live out the happy lives they are currently living.
Helping kittens like Pard with health concerns can get quite expensive, and we are incredibly grateful to every donor who helps to cover the medical expenses of our cats.
With your donation, you can help cats and kittens like Pard to live a happy, healthy life.
All donations go directly to the costs of medical expenses for our cats.

Please consider donating to Abbey Cats during this season of giving. No amount is too small to make a big difference. Visit us at Giving Tuesday.

If you would like to become a foster parent and experience the reward of rescuing and nurturing cats and kittens like Mystic and her family, please fill out a
foster application.