The kittens that were found in the ditch have settled in to their new surroundings. Annabelle (adopted), Cheemo (adopted), Cheerio (adopted) and Ducky (adopted) have full bellies, soft fur and love to sleep in the pet bed we gave them. They all sprawl out together. They have been to the vets had their first vaccines, deworms and check-ups, they are at the PetValu on Tenth Line & Derry Road West in Mississauga (in the Metro Plaza) in hopes of finding their forever homes. Great news - 4 of the 4 have found their forever homes. - Thanks PetValu Tenth Line & Derry Road West in Mississauga (in the Metro Plaza). You guys are the best!!!
Boe has found his forever home on Sunday October 14, 2012. He now lives with a nice family in Hamilton. Boe was a birthday present for a little boy. We were honoured to see the little boy's face when he opened the door and saw Boe. His face was priceless. We wish we had a video camera. Awesome!! Thanks AdoptaPet!!!
Joe has found his forever home. YAY Joe.
Joe was adopted on Sunday October 14, 2012. He was rescued from Hamilton Animal Services back in June. We could not be happier he has found his forever home with a nice young family in Milton. Congrads Joe, you deserve it. You are an absolute sweetheart.
Great news!!! 4 of our felines found their forever homes on Saturday October 13, 2012. Congrads ZiaZia, Luda, Henry, Narly, you have a home to call your own. Thanks again PetValu Tenth Line & Derry Road West in Mississauga, See you Sunday!!
Great news. Tonight we adopted 3 of our felines. Callie, Topaz and Lala have all found their forever homes. We couldn't be happier. Thanks PetValu Tenth Line & Derry Road West in Mississauga for all your hard work. We really do appreciate it. See you tomorrow!!
We will be at the PetValu on Tenth LIne & Derry Road West in MIssissauga (In the Metro Plaza) on Friday October 12 from 6-8pm, Saturday October 13 from 12-4pm, Sunday October 14 from 12-4pm. Come out and see some of our felines that are currently available for adoption. If any of our rescues catch your eye, email us and we will bring them out to meet you that weekend.
Courtesy - I am a male domestic shorthair about 7 months old. I am currently living outside, with the winter coming I desperately need to find my forever home. I have been neutered & had my rabies shot. If you are interested in me NCWL will microchip me. Please contact them if you would like to meet me. I am a stray but very friendly. It is after all a scary world out there. I sure hope someone can help. NCWL would have taken me in but their facility is full and there is absolutely no room at all. I am currently residing outside at someone's house. The hoemowners are however looking after me until a home can be found. AS OF OCTOBER 10TH, 2012. HE HAS FOUND HIS FOREVER HOME. YAYAYAYAYAYAY. AWESOME NEWS.
This is Fawn, she is one of the dump offs from the farmer's field on my property. She is a very sweet girl and would suit a home with adults or older children where it is quiet. She is very tiny and is estimated to be about 1 year old. Fawn has been vaccinated to date including rabies, spayed and microchipped. Please consider opening your heart and home to this sweet girl.
This is sally, she is also one of the dump offs on our property. She is a little timid but is coming around. Sally is estimated to be about 1 year old as well. sally has been vaccinateed to date, microchipped and spayed and is ready for her new home. She would prefer a quiet home as well, with adults or older children. If you think you can offer Sally a nice home please contact us.
This is Nemo. He was born missing some bones in his front leg. (He has been x-rayed). He seems to get around ok though. We are to just keep our eyes on him and see how he progresses. When he gets older the vets will decide whether to keep his leg or to amputate it. He like everyone else deserves a good home. We will keep you posted on the status of Nemo as he grows. When age appropriate and if everyhting goes well with Nemo, he will then be available for adoption. In the meantime lets all hope for the best for Nemo
I just want to thank the person(s) who dropped off at least a dozen or so kittens and cats in the farmers field of our property. It sure takes alot of class to do something like that. I do hope you can sleep at night knowing you put them in the middle of a coyote feast. We did however get 9 of the kittens and 1 adult cat out of there. I do know we are missing 3 more kittens anyways. I would like to thank the rescue organizations that are willing to help us with this situation. We really do appreciate it, considering everyone is full past their capacity. We will update you when an update becomes available. (Photo to follow).
Christine & Lori Dudley
*Please bear with us as for it is very time consuming to continuously post every thing that goes on with our organization. Our rescues are our main focus so if we have not updated our Blog in sometime please consider following us on Twitter and check us out on Facebook - buttons are located in the top right corner. Thank You.