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Christmas Plants & Pets

Christmas Plants & Pets

At this time of year, many people give houseplants as gifts, or buy them for their home. 

Pet MD has a good article about which plants are poisonous to pets and which are not.

And we have another article about cats and the holidays that has valuable points.

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Pet Photos With Santa

Pet Photos With Santa

Santa is visiting Pet Valu on Dorval Drive in Oakville this weekend. Bring your pet cat/dog/bird/fish … any pet or friend …. and have your photo taken with Santa.

Pet Valu, 280 North Service Road in Oakville.

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Tis the Season

Tis the Season

Tis the holiday season. While you are online shopping, did you know that Ninth Life Cat Rescue has an Amazon wish list? Mostly it is cat food and toys, starting at under $10.00 

Donations from Amazon are delivered directly to us, but donations  can also be dropped off at one of our adoption centres, or we can make alternate arrangements. Please contact us at info@ninthlifecatrescue.org or call us at (905) 301-3532.

We appreciate any and all donations and are always grateful for your support.

Please check our our Wish List

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Holiday Auction Ends Today!

Holiday Auction Ends Today!

THANK YOU to all who have bid on items so far.
You have until 10:00 pm tonight to enter your bid.

www.32auctions.com/snowflakes

Some have asked why we are having a Holiday Auction. We rely on the funds raised to help pay for unexpected vet bills that aren’t covered by our adoption fees. Adoption fees cover initial vetting, vaccines, spay/neuter, parasite treatment and microchipping. However, we quite often have many cats that require further treatment. Like Annie, who has been at the vet for many days while she undergoes testing for constant diarrhea and vomiting. Or Dixie, who had a very difficult pregnancy and has severe gastrointestinal issues that have resulted in thousands of dollars in vet bills. These extra vet bills are not covered by adoption fees alone. This is where we depend on donations and fundraising events, such as our auctions, to help.

As always, we are grateful for your support and all proceeds support Ninth Life Cat Rescue.

 

PS – Marshall also wants to remind you that he’s still waiting to find his forever home for the holidays! Come and meet him at PetSmart Burlington, on Brant St.!

 

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2018 Holiday Auction

2018 Holiday Auction

Ninth Life “Snowflakes” Auction

We are starting up our annual holiday auction and will be ready for you to start bidding on Friday, November 30th at 6:00 pm. We have many fabulous gifts. As before, we will continue to add as we go along so check out our auction page.

 

Leaves are falling, the wind has a chill to it, and soon the snow will fly. Momma cats with little kittens will be looking for warmth and shelter. Older cats who have been left behind when their owners moved no longer feel the heat of the sun and are feeling anxious about where to go next. These are the babies who need our attention now. The approaching winter does not mean that rescues can take time off to relax. No, it’s just the opposite. We will be inundated with calls about our feline friends who are left outside to survive the elements – a poor beaten-up tom who is huddling near a door to get out of the driving rain, a desperate mom transporting her kittens one by one to put under a neighbouring deck for protection, an injured sweet girl who manages to drag herself to an empty warehouse to rest.

Vet visits, shots, surgeries for injuries, spay and neuter, food, and shelter are going to be needed for these sweet ones. This is what our Holiday Auction is all about; fundraising so that we can save the lives of these little ones and help them find their forever homes. So please check out our auction and when it opens bid often and bid up. Help make a difference to these gentle souls.

As always, 100% of money raised will go to supporting our rescue cats.

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