Updated 20 August 2018
Please love me ...
Adoption fee (actually, it's a donation for all the suffering kitties who are fortunate to be taken in) is $175.00. We ask a lesser fee for kitties over 7 years of age. All kitties are altered, have at least 1 (usually 2) vaccine sets, are free of parasites (worms, ear mites) and are veterinarian health checked. All poor health matters will have been treated by a vet and kitties will not be available for adoption until they are well.
Call us: 780 879 0000
Please, please .... I beg you - if you have room in your heart and only a small space in your home could you take me home? I don't eat very much and won't be any trouble ... I promise you with all my heart and soul that I will love you unconditionally and be your dedicated companion through thick and thin ... forever.
Roo (short for Kanga - roo) Lucky Me!!! I've been adopted as of March 18, 2017!
Roo was in exquisite pain and could not use her right front leg when we first came across her in August, 2016 when she was about 4 months old .... it appears that it had been broken in two places and never had medical attention. Unfortunately, her pain and the damage was too great and she had to have her leg amputated. Roo is an amazing girl! She woke up after surgery and just carried on playing, purring and loving. What a fantastic, affectionate and sweet personality she has! She kisses and hugs and will ride on our shoulders.
A real doll!
Black and white fluffy little girl, spayed.
May 1, 2016
Brown torbie & white little girl, spayed.
March 15, 2015
Lily was running around our fields at a distance for several weeks the summer of 2016 ... when she was close enough, we called to her and she came right over! What a friendly girl! She was thin, dirty and as we soon discovered, full of worms and ear mites. After bringing her in and cleaning her up (inside and out!) she was at the vet's for her check up and was spayed. This little girl is a great kitty for the right family or person. She is very, very attached to her food dish and as a result has become a bit of a chunky monkey whilst with us. As is often the case with abandoned cats, Lily is quite preoccupied with food and tends to guard her dish from other cats. She does not stalk other cats, but is dominant especially around food. Lily would not be the best with small children as if she swipes at her dish she may inadvertently scratch. She is a friendly and sweet kitty and loves to play - her ear tips have just a nip of frostbite - but otherwise a very strikingly pretty girl. Lily loves to be petted and would make a lovely companion for anyone except those with very young children.
As of August, 2018, Lily has been surrendered to the Edmonton SPCA. We tried for 2 years to find this loving girl a forever home - and although everyone who met her loved her, they were unable to adopt her. We reached out to several "rescue groups" but promised "help" never materialized in the two years. As Lily is healthy and friendly, we were assured by the SPCA that she is easily adoptable.
But we cried, anyway.
Blue torbie little girl, spayed.
Oct 1, 2014
Velvet is no longer available - she will spend her life with us.
Another chunky monkey, Velvet is a sweet little girl who would love to share her life with a couple or single person. She has never been socialized with children, but her calm demeanor does not suggest that she would take fright. Velvet came to us after a call from a local business said there was a little kitten that looked like it was starving hanging around. Indeed, poor little Velvet was only about 12 - 14 weeks old and out in the frigid cold in mid-January. Somehow, her mouth was burned chemically and she could not eat - no wonder she was nearly frozen and starving. Slowly, over two weeks of tube feeding three - four times a day and veterinary care, Velvet made a full recovery (well ... as you see, chunky monkey). Velvet is a lovely girl - very soft and plush with a friendly, loving nature. She has been shown in The International Cat Association cat shows and has won a prestigious regional award. A super little girl ....