Located in Neepawa MB and surrounding areas. A registered charity run by volunteers.
How You Can Help!
We rely on foster homes as a way of saving the many strays and homeless animals. Everything is supplied , all we need is spare room in your heart and home to help make the life of a homeless cat happier.
In 2018 we acquired a small shelter to help us save more lives but foster homes are the back bone of our rescue. They provide care a shelter cannot as well as socializing. Please consider fostering as a means of saving lives
Donations are the backbone of our rescue and every dime that is donated goes toward helping the hungry, homeless and feral cats in our area. Every donation over $20 is eligible for tax receipts. Please provide address and postal code.
Consider becoming a monthly donor through paypal, postdated checks to Box 7, Riding Mountain MB R0J1T0 or e transfer email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are in constant need of volunteers: Fundraising ideas and events Transporting cats to vet appointments Gathering food/litter/supplies for the homeless and fostered cats. Any help you can provide no matter how big or small is important! Become part of our rescue in a volunteer position. No obligation as far as time or commitment. Its all welcome.
So...adoptions have been a little slow and we have a lot of adult cats looking for homes. We've decided to do an adoption incentive! From now until the end of the year we will post a new cat every week for a reduced adoption fee of $50. Any cat of the week that gets adopted gets you a chance of 3 ballots for our prizes below. All other adoptables not cat of the week will get 1 ballot to enter for prizes. 2 prize packs to be won. Prize 1: A 32' high cat tree made by Broken Creations in Treherne MB
Prize 2: A starter pack of cat/kitten goodies including a box of litter, litter box, scooper, blanket, treats, food, toys and dishes
DSH Grey tabby DOB June 1/2020 *fully vaccinated/dewormed *neutered Jerry came in as a sick little guy and very scared. It took months for him to come around but as he started to feel better he began to like being in a home with people. He gets along very well with other cats and has turned out to be a playful fun loving boy. Because old traumas never really go away Jerry can be a little shy and insecure until he feels safe. A quieter home with adults and no young children would probably be best suited and to be allowed the time to adjust to new surroundings.