Spays & Neuters to Date :   1894
            donate now  
for adoption


join ffn  

stop pet sales petition

Did you know?
As long as they are spayed or neutered, have shelter and adequate food, feral cats can live as healthy and long a life as pet cats.

From time to time, we come across homeless cats that are adoptable (ie. not feral), and that we feel are in need of a loving home. If there is no space for them at a shelter or rescue, we will place them in temporary foster care while we search for permanent homes. To see our current adoptables, please scroll down or click the following Petfinder or Adoptapet links. Our foster caretakers are always happy to have you visit and meet any kitty you may be interested in adopting. All cats are spayed / neutered. You do not have to live in Perth County to adopt our foster cats or kittens – we are looking for the best possible forever homes regardless of location.


OSCAR | Now auditioning for adoption....OSCAR! This big, handsome boy came to us through the barn cat program... but we know he isn't a barn cat because when he got to the vet (in his trap) to be neutered and vaccinated, we received a call to say he already was neutered AND he is declawed. As many of you will know, we don’t agree with declawing… it's painful and cruel. We feel he would be best in a home where there are no small children. Oscar is up to date on his vaccinations and has had a preventative de-worm and de-flea treatment. If you are interested in more information or a meet and greet with this great guy, please contact or




facebook   twitter

photos by John Sieling, Cheryl Simpson, Garet Markvoort, Debbie Helmuth, Dorothy Byrne-Jones | website donated by über design