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Adoption Weekend

Adoption Weekend

Although cats and kittens will likely still be added, look at the beautiful kitties we have available for adoption this weekend. For more information read our previous article.


Burlington PetSmart  
1200 Brant Street
Burlington, ON L7P5C6
Ph: (905) 331-5454
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Etobicoke PetSmart
158 North Queen Street
Etobicoke, ON M9C1A8
Ph: (416) 620-4648
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Oakville PetSmart
2501 Hyde Park Gate
Oakville, ON L6H6G6
(905) 829-9999
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PetSmart Adoption Weekend

PetSmart Adoption Weekend

Kitties are $195 CASH each (or $350 for a bonded pair of adult cats). You must have a carrier to transport kitty to your home. The fee includes neutering and all cats are vet checked, up to date on immunizations, and have a microchip.

Visit our Articles section of the website for information on what you need for your new kitty, how to introduce your new cat or kitten, or find out about our “two kitten rule”.

Oakville PetSmart
2501 Hyde Park Gate
Oakville, ON L6H6G6
(905) 829-9999
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Etobicoke PetSmart
158 North Queen Street
Etobicoke, ON M9C1A8
Ph: (416) 620-4648
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Burlington PetSmart  
1200 Brant Street
Burlington, ON L7P5C6
Ph: (905) 331-5454
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Rescue rabbits are available for adoption at both Oakville and Burlington PetSmart.

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PetValu National Adoption Weekend

PetValu National Adoption Weekend

This weekend, PetValu locations are hosting their National Adoption Weekend. Ninth Life Cat Rescue will have cats available for adoption at the following PetValu locations:

Oakville Dorval Crossing
280 North Service Road West
Building A, Oakville
905-338-1646

Dundas & Dixie
1510 Dundas Street East
Creekside Crossing Unit 7, Mississauga
905-273-9992

Dundas & Glen Erin
2400 Dundas Street West, Mississauga
905-823-9200

Hurontario & Eglinton
Unit 3, 5029 Hurontario Street, Mississauga
905-501-1176

The fee for adoption is $195 cash. Cats are neutered (or will be neutered if not yet six months old), microchipped and vet checked.

You must have a carrier to transport your kitty home.

Our application form will be available at the location or can be found on our website on the Adoptions page.

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Bunnies

Bunnies

Ninth Life Cat Rescue in Oakville PetSmart (Dundas & 403) has taken in a few rescue bunnies. Cadbury & Twix, Finkle, Mercedes and Pringle are at PetSmart.

To meet Rory, who is in foster care, please contact us to arrange an appointment or drop by Oakville PetSmart and fill out an application.

Bunnies are $50 each and are not neutered, except for Rory.

CADBURY & TWIX are 7 month old females. These two are bonded and must be adopted together. Their former owner had too many bunnies but this pair is good with older children, dogs and cats.

FINKLE is a one year old male lionhead who would do well in most homes. He loves hanging out with dogs, cats and children and is easy to handle.

MERCEDES is an independent girl, but easily handled. She would be on her own or would likely adjust to another female bunny. She was raised with children, dogs and cats.

PRINGLE is a one year old male lionhead. He is very easy going and is easily handled. He grew up with older kids, dogs and cats, and other bunnies. He should easily bond to another male rabbit.

Unfortunately Rory has a few special needs and will need an adopter who is experienced with rabbit care. Rory has no bottom incisors (front teeth) so it is very hard for him to eat hay, which is a main part of a rabbit’s diet. He will need someone who will be able to monitor his feed intake and possibly use some bunny supplements to make sure he is getting enough nutrients. As a result of having no bottom teeth, Rory’s top teeth continue to grow, which means every month he needs to go to the vet to get his teeth trimmed, otherwise they will cause him lots of discomfort and pain.

The best case would be to remove the top incisors altogether in the future. Even with Rory’s imperfect teeth, he is absolutely the happiest bunny out there. He loves making friends including his foster’s resident bunny and dog, and he absolutely loves attention!


You might find these articles of interest:

Thinking About Getting a Pet Rabbit?

The Benefits of Adopting a Pet Bunny

 

 

 

 

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Monthly Meow – February 2019

Monthly Meow – February 2019

The latest issue of our Monthly Meow is available now:

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