Leonard came into our care when his elderly owner could no longer look after him. This playful guy is very sweet and loving. We feel with the right introduction he would do quite well in just about any home.
Leonard came into our care when his elderly owner could no longer look after him. This playful guy is very sweet and loving. We feel with the right introduction he would do quite well in just about any home.
Utah is a very busy but happy boy who was found as a stray and taken to Hamilton Animal Services. Ideally we would like to see this 2 year old boy in a home without other cats. He has tested positive for FIV but that is no reason he can’t have a long and happy life.
Zoey is a three year old shy girl who was part of a local stray colony that one of our clients has been working to get them all spayed and neutered (TNR’d). When it was Zoey’s turn, one of the colony caregivers decided to give her a chance at being a house cat instead of putting her back outdoors.
We are happy to report that Purrcy has surprised us! After being solely on a Kidney Diet for the last several months his blood values have gone back into the normal range! Now we don’t want to mislead anyone, Purrcy does still have Stage Two Renal Disease and this can not be “cured”. He’s doing so well however we feel he deserves a chance to be adopted.
Purrcy is super social so he’s going to need a family who has some time to give him. He’s ok with other “cat friendly” cats (he didn’t work out with Lance as Lance kept jumping on his head).
Sadie would do well in just about any kind of home. She does well with the other cats here at the clinic and has actually become quite friendly with our clinic cat Lance.
Lobo is an 8 year old FeLV/FIV negative neutered male. After years of being picked on by another cat Lobo would ideally love to be in a home with no other cats or at the very least one whose going to be his friend. He is initially a little nervous in new situations but he warms up quickly and then becomes a real snugly purr bucket.
Autumn is a tiny cutie who originally came in to Village when someone found her as a stray kitten. She’s ok with other “cat friendly” cats but is content to play by herself. Her favorite toys so far are gruffle balls and toilet paper rolls. Follow us on Facebook for Autumns progress.
Please note we are recieveing lots of phone calls about Autumn. As with all of our adoptions if you would like to send us an application prior to them technically being available you are welcome to and then we can keep it on file. Once the kitty is available to leave our care we will review ALL applications and choose the home we feel is most suited for that individual cat/kitten. We like to try and make the best matches that we can in order for our adoptee's to enjoy a life long family.
Keeley found her way into our adoption program when her owner could no longer look after her. This beautiful 12 year old Lilac Point Birman is super loving and affectionate. After updating all of her routine medical care and having some dental work Keeley was ready to find a new family.
Gypsy is a happy-go-lucky, rambunctious 12 week old kitten who would do best in a household with a buddy for her to play with. She loves to run and play but then when it’s time to rest she loves a lap to curl up in.
Asia is a pretty girl from a local stray colony. In one of our fastest adoptions ever, she made a love connection with one of our clients before she was technically even available yet.
Bryn found his way into our adoption program when her owner could no longer look after him. Bryn is a 12 year old, declawed and FeLV/FIV negative boy. He is an absolutely gorgeous pure breed Birman with big blue eyes. He has "purrsonality plus" and just lives for giving his person attention.
Caleb is a super friendly FeLV/FIV negative boy who would do well in just about any kind of home with the right introduction. He appears to be about 2 years old and is very easy going.
Snowshoe was found by one of our clients who found him and brought him in for us to scan for a microchip. He unfortunately didn’t have one so after listing him on helpinglostpets.com and waiting a few days we added him to our adoption program. Some preventive health care and a blood donation for a kitty in need and he was all ready to look for a new family….and we had just the perfect one in mind.
Splinters got a bit of growing up to do before going to his new home but he’s doing really well. He loves to play and would do well in just about any home. He is a typical rambunctious kitten so he will need an outlet for all of that energy.
Scruffy came to us from Quebec. This gentle sweetheart has obviously had a very rough short life. He’s a super shy three year old kitty whose going to do best in a quieter home with someone who is willing to give him the time to come out of his shell. He has tested positive for FIV but that is no reason he can’t have a long happy life.
Update: Scruffy has been with us now for a couple of months and he has come such a long way. He’s now an outgoing happy go lucky man who likes nothing better than to chat away with anyone who will pay attention to him. He’s been very comfortably spending his days in our display kennel in the front reception room. Although we still feel Scruffy would do best in a home without small children we aren’t as concerned about finding him a “quiet” home as we once were. If your able to give this guy a chance he sure would appreciate it.
Cole is a little nervous of new situations but is super friendly and affectionate once he’s comfortable. He loves crinkle balls and dangly toys. Medically he will need to stay on a urinary safe diet but thankfully these are no more expensive than most of the good quality diets on the market.
Rocky was found as a sick little kitten at one of our client’s church. He was dehydrated, flea ridden and very underweight. A few days of supportive care, followed by a few weeks of good nutrition and Rocky was ready to look for a new family.
Sydney is a real love bug who needs a second chance at a forever family. He was surrendered to Hamilton Animal Services when his owner passed away. This 6 year old FIV/FeLV negative domestic short hair has a bit of a quiet soul. He would rather curl up on a couch with a good book than run marathons.
Diesel has had a bit of a rough time. He has joined us from Hamilton Animal Services where he was taken in as a stray. We think he’s about 6 years old. He was a big scarred up “tough” looking tom cat. Not surprising he tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus.
He was a little scared initially but now that he has settled in he’s a big love bug. He loves to give hugs and head butts. He’s a super affectionate loving boy if someone will just give him a chance.
This 7 year old chatty girl loves snuggles and shoulder rides. She was admitted as a stray in a shelter in Quebec but she's already been spayed so she's obviously had an owner at some point. With the right introduction Milly should do well in just about home where she can get lots of attention and snuggles. She is just waiting to get a dental procedure and then should be ready to find her forever family.
Update : Lucy is a bit of a special needs kitty. She has spondylosis that we are controlling with a capsule of medication in her food twice a day, Stage 1 renal disease and diabetes. We have been able to control her diabetes with special diet.
This chatty girl is another pretty lady who came all the way from Gatineau, Quebec. We don’t know a lot about Lucy’s history except that she was surrendered because she smelled bad. Turns out she had a dirty back end because she has arthritis and can’t reach to clean. Some pain medication, a weight loss plan and dental procedure later and she was all ready to find a new forever home.
Boom is a super affectionate polydactyl guy who loves snuggles and shoulder rides. He’s not really sure about toys just yet but we are sure given the chance he’s going to love to play. He’s FeLV/FIV negative and we feel with the right introduction Boom would do just fine in a home with another cat friendly kitty. Between broken bones, bite wounds, abcesses and fractured teeth we really feel this guy has already had his share of hardship. Can you give him a better life?
Belle is a two year old outgoing playful female kitty. She is a BIG fan of knotty knots and crinkles balls and would just love to worm her way into someone’s heart.
Belle will be coming back into our adoption program. Although they loved her, for personal reasons, the family she was placed with were no longer able to keep her. We are hoping the second time will be the charm.
Moogly is another kitty who has come to us from Quebec by way of the Freedom Riders and One Last Chance Rescue. This poor guy must have quite the story to tell. He was found as a stray but he had a pretty collar with a bell, he'd already been neutered and had been declawed on all four of his feet. Not surprising Moogly had a hard time competing out on the street and he contracted FIV.
Jelly is a super happy, outgoing and energetic little girl. She’s FeLV/FIV negative and cat friendly. She just needs a family ready to lover her.
Goofy is a happy go lucky two year old boy who came all the way from Quebec to find a second chance at love.
Jack came to us from one of our clients who is involved with helping our local stray cat population. Jack is a little bit of a quieter soul with a really sweet, snuggly personality. With the right introduction he gets along well with other “cat friendly” cats and is FeLV/FIV negative. He’s had a rough start and really can’t wait to enjoy a forever family.
One of our long term clients had two stray kitties hanging around in their yard. They adopted the one but asked us if we could find room in our adoption program for the other little guy. He is a happy go lucky FeLV/FIV negative boy who’s going to do well in just about any home. He loves attention and just can't wait to be a much loved family member instead of "just a stray".
Zaska came to us from Animal Services late on a Friday afternoon. She had been picked up from the side of the road with an obviously fractured hind leg and a severe upper respiratory infection. She's still got some healing to do but she is progressing daily hopefully she will be available for adoption soon.
Oliver came to us in a little bit of a roundabout way. He’s a stray who has been hanging around one of our teams property for a while and when they saw the state he was in they knew he needed some help. He’s super friendly so rather than just being a candidate for TNR (Trap/Neuter/Release) we decided to add him to the adoption program.
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Snowball came to us through the Freedom Riders from the Quinte Humane Society. He was originally “seized” from a hoarding household and then placed in QHS’s group housing room.
Snowball is a bit of a Special Needs kitty. He has been diagnosed as having Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Thankfully special food (Gastro High Energy), a probiotic (fortiflora) and an anti-inflammatory (prednisolone) help manage Snowballs condition quite well.
Paulie's mom was a stray around one of our teams homes. When Paulie became ill mom knew just where to go and delivered him to the doorstep.
Marble has found her forever home.
Lucky took us on a little bit of a roller coaster ride. This guy was a bit of a mess when we first met him, he had healing scratches and scars all over him, he had a tick and one of the biggest abscess’s Dr.Noreen had ever seen....
Hero started out as part of the Hamilton Street Cats trap neuter release program. He wasn’t feeling so well but he was so friendly that one of their volunteers asked if they could try and foster him to see if finding a home for him would be possible. Because we have an adoption program they asked if we could help them out. We of course said yes and even had a great long term client in mind for him right away.
Missy would like to say hello ! She came all the way from Gatineau, Quebec and is super excited to be part of our adoption program. One of our technicians saw her on One Last Chance Rescue site and just had to help. The Freedom Riders arranged a relay ride for her to arrive here on the day before Family Day.
Frankie loves snuggling on the couch and curling up on the pillows at bedtime. She’s going to do best in a quieter home with a family who realizes it might take a few days before she shows her real purrsonality.
Drifter is a three year old happy go lucky chatty man who would like a family of his own. He’s good with other cats and has remarkable patience with small children. Basically he should fit into any home as long as his new family realizes this is a cat who is going to belong in the center of their world.
Lucky decided to try her luck at flying off a balcony. Lucky for her Dr.Matt came to her rescue to repair her fractured leg.
This sweet little girl showed up at the home of one of our clients. When she came in for veterinary care and an adoption assessment we all fell in love!
Although Daisy will have Cerebellar Hypoplasia as a lifelong condition unlike most of the video's you will find on the internet her physical limitations are minimal. She loves life and is an extremely social friendly little girl. She’s looking for a family who understands she’s a little bit special who can make a few minor concessions. If you’re interested in Daisy or have any questions about her special needs please contact the clinic.
I was at Animal Services before The Cat Clinic came to rescue me. I have had a bit of a rough time but I’m doing much better now. I’m a happy go lucky two year old boy who is looking for a family of my own to love.
This happy go lucky fluff ball is a little shy to start but once he settles in he’s a real attention seeker.
This poor guy had a facial abscess, fleas, lice and multiple broken teeth. Without the neighborhoods’ good Samaritans he probably wouldn’t have been able to survive.
Quill came into the emergency clinic where Dr.Matt works as a four week old little fluff ball with multiple bit injuries.
This gorgeous two year old, long haired grey kitty was found pregnant by one of our clients. They took her in and now that all of her kittens have found a home it’s her turn.
This quiet laid back boy was originally a stray who was hanging around one of our client’s houses. With a lot of patience they convinced him to trust people and brought him indoors.
Just before the Christmas break we received an urgent plea from a client asking if we could please help two little sick stray kittens.
Senior girl “June Bug” has recovered enough from her dental surgery to start looking for a new family. She’s going to do best in a quieter home where she will be solely kept indoors.
She’s a super friendly, happy, playful little kitten who will do well in just about any environment. Please let us know if you’re interested in having her as part of your family.
Stewart had the misfortune of ending out at Animal Services as a stray. The poor guy was so flea ridden that he had licked and chewed all the fur off his back and belly. He’s already been neutered, vaccinated and is FeLV/FIV negative. Now he just needs a family who can overlook his temporary baldness.
Norbert is the newest little guy in our adoption program. He loves the other cats in his foster home but his surprise best friend is the family dog. He’s still got some growing to do before he will be ready to start looking for his forever family but if you’re interested please feel free to contact us.
As part of our commitment to the cats in our community we save surgical time for 4 surgeries a week with the SPCA Trap Spay/Neuter Release program. Today the kitty who came in was this tiny scared poly brown tabby kitten. After a few phone calls to the SPCA and the colony caretaker both agreed that this little girl could be surrendered to our technician.
Mittens was hanging around at one of Dr.Liz’s family members houses. He’s still a little shy in the beginning but now he's settled in and is a real a real love bug.
Everyone knows Sugar and Spice make everything nice and that couldn’t be truer when we are talking about these two little girls.
This sweet outgoing girl will do well in just about any situation as long as there is lots of love to be had. She’s about 2 years old, FeLV/FIV negative and already spayed.
This 12 year old declawed boy is a bit shy at first but once he settles in he loves to snuggle.
Unfortunately 6 year old Cinnamon’s owner passed away and he’s found himself back into our adoption program. He takes a little bit to warm up so would be best suited to a quiet household but once he decides you belong to him there is no turning back. Would you like to be owned by this older boy?
You may remember Johnny as this is now his third time in our adoption program. He’s had a rough time finding a forever family and it’s never through any fault of his own!
This three year old boy is FIV positive but otherwise has a clean bill of health. He loves attention and can’t wait to find a family of his own.
Chelsea came to us as a four week old orphan. She has already has a forever family lined up for when she’s ready to leave foster care.
We received a call from the emergency clinic where Dr.Matt works part time asking if we could help. Of course we said yes.
The Village Cat Clinic Team found Will checking out the dumpsters by the clinic. Will is a little bit shy but we had an awesome family who was willing to work with him so he managed to find himself a home very quickly.
Chester was a stray who was hanging out around one of our client’s houses and they asked us for help. Another one of our clients had expressed an interest in adopting a cat. When we told her about Chester she decided he needed a safe place full of love and just that fast he purred his way into a forever home!
Siri was taken to Hamilton Animal Services by a Good Samaritan who found her wondering around and didn’t think she looked well. She was severely dehydrated and emaciated.
He’s had a lot of adjusting to do in the last little while but even as scared as he is he’s been a perfect gentleman. We are sure that with some love and patience Bobby will become a wonderful house cat.
Tucker was having trouble urinating so the staff at Animal Services asked for our help. Now that he’s received treatment for his bladder he’s doing really great and is ready to find his forever family.
Spartacus came to us when one of our clients found him wandering around outside. He’s about 2 years old and although he looks a little rough around the edges we feel he would do well in just about any kind of home.
Ivy is yet another kitty who had the misfortune of ending up in Animal Services. She wanted a family of her own so badly she actually climbed a tree to get on an apartment balcony then proceeded to try to get inside through the patio doors.
This ebony haired beauty is about a year old and really just wants a family to snuggle with.
Dash was a very sick little kitten who was at Animal Services as a stray. This little cutie loves other cats so really wants a family that includes some feline friends.
Unfortunately one of Bolts family has recently been suffering from severe respiratory problems and their doctor had suggested that his recovery process would improve if Bolt were to find a new home.
We’ve decided these two guys are bonded so much that we just can’t part them so the lucky family to adopt them will need to be prepared to take them both.
Although Bubba has FIV there is no reason he can’t live a long enjoyable life. He likes curling up in a warm bed and he loves getting attention
When Sammy's dad received a grim prognosis for his own health his only wish was to make sure Sammy would be well cared for an in a new family...well we are happy to say Sammy purred his way into a new family before he was technically even available for adoption.
Zen came to us in a rather roundabout way after showing up at the Humane Society in Guelph. The only usable contact number on his microchip was ours so one of our team members went to rescue him.
Felix came into our care after his owner could no longer look after him. This handsome love bug is really easy going and loves looking out windows.
Calvin is happy to be in from the cold and now just wants a family of his own to love.
Wonka had a fractured pelvis we decided we had to help him. He’s had 6 weeks of cage rest and we are happy to report his pelvis has healed well.
These two loving brothers are very much a bonded pair so they will need to find a new family together. If you have space in your heart for these to middle age gentlemen they sure would be happy to give you lots of love and attention.
Cinnamon was rescued from the streets. With the help of a few good Samaritans he has found his way to a loving forever home. Yes Virginia there is a Santa Claus...
This sweet, quiet natured kitty came from Hamilton Animal Services. She was discovered as a stray wearing a collar and tags. Her tags read “Smokey” but to the phone number was not in service and her owners could not be found.
Mom and sibling have found a new home but kittens Ruffles and Candy Corn are still waiting for their chance at a family of their own.
Squirrel was found when one of our clients went camping. She was adopted by one of our long term clients before we had even officially put her up for adoption. Congratulations Squirrel!
This super friendly guy was such a love bug that we had no idea why he had been there for over a month.
After originally going to one of our receptionists home for the weekend to “foster” it soon became apparent that Pepper had already found his forever home.
Her brothers have already found new homes but little sister Reese is still patiently waiting her turn.
After rescuing the three of these siblings from Animal Services Twix and Cadbury found new families before their profiles even had a chance to be posted so it’s just poor Reese who is still looking for a home.
Dorito came to Animal Services already pregnant. She gave birth to 6 adorable little kittens while there and unfortunately the whole family became ill with an upper respiratory infection.
This happy girl was brought to Animal Services after being caught as a stray. She would fit into almost any type of home where someone is prepared to love and snuggle her for the next 16 years or so…
Even though this lovely girl with an "old soul" had a home she still found herself left behind at Animal Services and is now looking for a forever family to call her own.
The first twelve weeks of Violet’s life have been full of bad luck. Her luck has definitely changed since we’ve squeezed this precious girl into our adoption program. She’s a bit shy but once she comes around she’s a happy little kitten.
Elsa was found by a family member of one of our long term clients by Gage Park. The family already had a home full of kitties so couldn’t keep Elsa long term
He loves snuggles and if you pet him he’ll flop on his side and soak up every bit of attention he can get.
Handsome Tatum has had a rough couple of months....first he was wounded, then he was stuck in a tiny cage at Animal Services with an elizabethan collar on for several weeks. We think it's time for his luck to change. What do you think? Tatum is currently at our Hamilton location The Cat Clinic.
Creamsicle is a happy loving guy looking for a new home. All he wants is a family to love....could this be you?
Trent was found by one of our clients as a stray. This quiet boy is looking for a family to love!
Blackie showed up at one of our receptionist’s house earlier this summer as a stray. After feeding him for a few weeks it was decided he needs a family of his own to spoil!
Rebecca and Angie almost passed Panda by but as they were leaving the kennel room she reached out through the bars as if to say “wait you forgot me”.
In one of our fastest adoptions ever these girls were literally picked up from Animal Services and off to their new homes after waiting for three days to make sure they were healthy.
These guys all managed to find families to love them before they were even ready to be adopted!
These three little girls were being looked after by a friend of Dr. O'Brien and when they were old enough to start looking for a home of their own they asked for our help.
We brought Mouse into our adoption program after she had the misfortune of ending up at Hamilton Animal Services. Does your family have the space for this little girl to join in the love?
A nice lady who watches the rescue groups on Facebook just fell in love with this little girl and decided she had to have her.
Ebony found herself a home before even getting officially put up for adoption!
This one year old handsome will be sure to purr his way into your heart!
Minions owner had a run of bad luck and after loosing their housing could no longer keep him. This super friendly easy going guy is looking for a new family to love!
Sometimes things are just meant to be. For Drago and Apollo that meant they were on hold for adoption since they were only 2 days old!
Mojito was left on his own sick in an abandoned apartment building. We think he deserves a family of his own. Could it be you?
Found frozen to the ground Keiko didn't have a good start in life so she's very happy to now be forever inside from the cold.
Silly is a little rough around the edges to look at but with love, care and good food his scruffiness should turn into a soft plush coat in no time.
Lilly and her baby were fortunate enough to show up at one of our clients homes begging to come in out of the cold….of course they had to say yes. And now Lilly is happy to say she has settled in and loves her new home!
This poor kitten battled through anemia, starvation, a bacterial infection, two different parasitic infections and ringworm. We are thrilled to report Wall-E’s now not only healthy but he’s a happy boy in his new home.
Oreo thought her mothering days were over when she arrived at The Cat Clinic for her spay.
Thumbelina has had a rough couple of months. First she had to go through child birth. Then she came into Hamilton Animal Services in the beginning of October.
Jynx is having fun having a whole house to call home now instead of just a small metal cage!
Poor Mystique came into Hamilton Animal Services at the beginning of the month with a lump on her side.
Wilbur and his siblings ended out at Hamilton Animal Services after being picked up as strays. His siblings were all healthy but it was obvious poor Wilbur has had a rougher time. His left eye, at some point, had been ruptured.
When we went up to Hamilton Animal Services we came across this handsome boy and just couldn’t believe no one had snatched him up yet. His black smoke tabby markings aren’t that common so he stands out in a crowd.
Jill is another poor girl who ended out in Animal Services and has been patiently waiting for someone to give her a chance at a forever home since July!
Poor Minnie was "tossed" away at a park by our sister clinic.
Poor Glenda has had a hard time the last few months. She was caught in a live trap back in July and surrendered to Animal Services. This poor girl was covered in fleas and about to give birth!!
Little Red managed to set our fastest record yet! He was on hold for one of our clients within 2 hours of coming into the clinic.
It was a really busy Thursday morning when our sister clinic received a desperate call from a Hamilton Animal Services employee asking if we could please help.
Sometimes things are just meant to be. After hearing a disappointed Animal Control worker saying he would probably have to be euthanized before the end of the day we knew we had to step in to at least give the little guy a chance.
Maple came from Animal Control where she had been waiting for someone to give her a chance to find a family for two months.
Dr.Suderman and her husband were looking to move. When they went to look at a gorgeous farm house that the previous tenants had already vacated they had a furry welcoming committee!
The handsome boy was found by one of our clients. After an altercation with the family dog it was decided he would be happier in a home with no canine family members. He's so special he didn't even officially get put up for adoption and he's already found a new home.
The handsome Romeo earned his name by climbing up to a third story balcony repeatedly to serenade one of our clients. This 5-6 month old found his new forever home in record time and is doing awesome with his new family.
Precious Serenity was originally a street cat. She had a couple of kittens earlier in the spring that unfortunately the weekend before mother’s day were killed by raccoons. She finally found a new place where she is safe and happy!
After sitting in Animal Control for 2 months Boy-Z has finally found his second chance!
Savannah was found by one of our sister clinic's clients and is now with us looking for a new home.
This happy girl came in as part of the Street Cat Program and ended out finding a new home with one of our technicians!
This super friendly 3 year old girl went to her new home this week and is doing GREAT!
Chloe had been patiently waiting on our list to come in since last fall. She's a happy little girl who was adopted within hours of coming in! Yah Chloe!
One of our sister clinic’s clients brought in a poor little stray. Angel was emaciated, had many missing or broken teeth, had a wound on her belly and the worst part she was suffering from severe hypothermia. The temperature was so low it didn't even register on the thermometer. We weren’t sure if she was even going to make it
Mia was in our display kennel at our sister clinic in Hamilton to be socialized when a client fell in love with her. Mia will be heading off to her new home just as soon as we can get her spayed.
Waffles was originally a street kitten who is coming back to us because his housemate didn't approve of his company. This little orange tabby is a happy friendly purr bucket but he is a very active hyper kitty who is going to need to have an outlet for his activity level.
This little girl was one of two that came in to the hospital on Friday. She's craves attention but is a little nervous with sudden noises. She's under a year of age and has a short coat with brown tabby and white markings.
Musoka lost her way home and was found by one of our concerned clients in the parking lot at the mall. For an 8 year old declawed kitty with no teeth this was a disaster waiting to happen.
This little girl is one of two that came in to the hospital on Friday, she has been named by one of our clients. She was found by one of the our clients desperately looking for a place to keep out of the coming cold. She's a calico tabby with white, short haired female whose under a year old.
Autumn is now more than a foster at one of our co-op students homes as it didn’t take her long to wiggle her way into the hearts of everyone.
This young very affectionate male brown tabby has already purred his way into a new home. Congratulations to Hector and his new family.