WELL AS ALLBREED RESCUES, THERE
ARE SOME NO-KILL SHELTERS LISTED ON THESE PAGES AND THEY ARE NOTED AS
SUCH -- HOWEVER, PLEASE
DO CALL AND RECHECK THAT THESE ARE INDEED "NO KILL" BEFORE SENDING ANY CAT
Rescue Foundation of Alberta
944 - 38th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta T2T2J2
Phone: (403) 243-1910
No Kill Shelter
Phone: (514) 481-6131
Annex Cat Rescue
980 Yonge Street., Suite 905
Toronto, ON M4W 3V8 CANADA
Phone: (416) 410-3835
The Annex Cat Rescue is a Canadian charity that is dedicated
to helping stray and feral cats in downtown Toronto. We provide foster homes, vet care and arrange adoptions for lost or abandoned
strays or the kittens of feral cats. We feed feral colonies and trap,
spay and release feral adult cats (to prevent breeding).
1817 East Elm Street
Ontario, Canada 91761
Animal Crusaders of Ontario
Phone: (416) 438-4636
Canadian Kitten Rescue
PO Box 667
30 Meade Street
Phone: (613) 475-5158
This is a Rescue for
Bengals, Pixie Bob's and other Breed's that find themselves in need of rescue/placement, or other assistance. Cats/kittens no longer wanted for any reason are more than welcome, and will be completely taken care of and loving homes will be found for our furry friends! Pregnant mom's, dad's no longer wanted, etc., are more than welcome! Complete care available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Let's take care of our friends!
Compassion for Persians
Contact: Karen Lastoria
Furry Friends Shelter
No Kill Shelter
30 Essa Rd (at Gowen)
RESCUE & REFERRAL
Bobtail Rescue & Referral of Canada
Contact: Barb Belanger (Winnipeg, CN)
Contact: Dawn Benaim (Toronto, CN)
Manx Cat Rescue & Referral
Coordinator: Val Kotas
Birman Breeders through the world are concerned about the unwanted pet population. Acting on this concern, pedigree cat breeders have incorporated spayed/neutering clauses in their sales contracts. In addition, we take the ultimate responsibility for every cat we bring into this world with a clause stating; if for any reason you can no longer keep the cat, and can not find a suitable home, the breeder will take the cat and care for the cat until a suitable home is found. Although it is rare, it does occasionally happen that a Birman falls through the cracks in this system. To insure against this from happening we have BIRMAN RESCUE.
Canadian Somali Rescue
Mrs Wiebke Heron
Ontario, Canada Somali Rescue Contact
THE PERSIAN RESCUE
Our goal is
the rehoming of Persian cats, so this list provides a means for
for people interested in adopting a Persian to find a Persian cat
in Rescue and for Persian Breed Rescues & fosterers to
communicate with each other. Tips on Persian grooming and care are
also provided for owners who request help in dealing with their
Persian. In far
too many cases, people give up animals because they do not
understand animals basic behaviors & needs or because of
"lifestyle" changes that are beyond their
control. Please do help educate others about each
species or breed BEFORE they get a pet & caution them to ONLY
get a pet if they can honestly commit to that responsibility for
the lifetime of the animal. If they are considering buying a whole
animal as a pet, please tell them the advantages of spaying or
neutering that pet. Only a very few purebred cats, as identified
by knowledgeable breeders, are likely to contribute to their
breed's important health, beauty and temperament characteristics.
It is a rare cat that is qualified for a responsible, pedigreed
breeding program! If a person is not ready to undertake the
markedly increased level of commitment to the breed which breeding
entails, then other options are available that will still allow
them the enjoyment of their chosen breed. Please ask them to
consider the neutered or spayed rescue cat as one of those
options! THANKS FOR CARING!
Many list members are Persian breeders who care deeply about their
breed. However, Rescued cats are NOT used for breeding nor are
they available for breeding. Also, this list is NOT a vehicle to
place retired breeding cats or cattery kittens - retired cats who
were previously breeders or kittens produced by the breeders on
this list are not placed by breeders through this list.
Toronto Cat Rescue P.O. Box 41039
Rescue Cat Program
101 Champange south
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1S 4P3
(613) 725-3166 ext: 360
The Rescue Cat Program is run in association with the Humane Society.
All the cats are those who can't go for regular adoption either because
they are "cage shy" and do not adapt to the shelter,
are older or need minor medical / dietary care for long term or life amoung
other reasons. This program gives these cats a second chance to find a home
they might not otherwise have. We rescue all kinds of cats DSH, DMH, DSH to pure breeds and copycats.. whoever is in need at the time.
Feel free to e-mail for more information.
PUREBRED RESCUE (CPR) is a 501(c)3 no-profit organization,which
was founded in 1994. Mission Statement:
We are a permanent committee of cat fanciers, affiliated with the
"Responsible Cat Fanciers of the Northwest", who seek to
improve the life conditions of pedigreed cats of
all breeds recognized by the various registries.
We plan to do this through education, identification, rescue, and
placement. Our goal is to reduce the abandonment and
surrender to shelters of pedigreed cats.
New Westminster, BC, V3L 1G9
Phone: (604) 782-3724
HomeFinders is a small, home-run non-profit group in the Greater Vancouver area. We take in mainly abused, semi-feral, or abandoned cats. We also have a kitten rescue in which we have volunteers ready to bottle-feed kittens at anytime, or foster homes for abandoned queen's and their kittens.
Richmond Homeless Cat Society
P.O. Box 43043
Richmond Centre P.O.
Canada V6Y 3Y3
Phone: (604) 275-2036 or (604) 271-7729
Richmond Homeless Cats Society is a registered non-profit society that rescues and cares for homeless and abandoned cats and kittens.
#3-27090 - 32 St.
Aldergrove, B.C. - Canada - V3T1V5
Phone: (604) 856-4866
OF B.C -
TLC is a non-profit organization comprised of a small group of dedicated individuals, who use their own time and resources, under a "NO KILL"
policy, we combine efforts in order to rescue, care for, re-habilitate, and find good, loving
permanent homes, for the evergrowing, large population of unwanted and abandoned cats.
Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Society
P.O. Box 5797 Stn. B
Victoria, B.C. Canada V8R 6S8
The Feline Rescue Network
provides FREE EXTENDED LISTINGS WITH PICTURE OR
LOGO & LINK to those rescuers
whose applications for listing reflect an active
support of responsible pet ownership. If you
are a rescuer or interested party or know of a
or NO KILL shelter and you wish it to be added
on our RESCUE listings, please
fill out our electronic form to submit