Category: “Events & Fudraising”

Auction Live Tomorrow!

Auction Live Tomorrow!

We’re excited. Tomorrow at 7:00 am our auction is going live and runs until December 7, 2019 at 9:00 pm. In the meantime, you can browse the over 170 items.

We are using 32auctions. You can look without signing in but if you want to participate, please create your login on the 32auctions site.

Once you bid on an item, you will be notified via email if you are outbid. Bid increments are calculated automatically. If you want to follow an item, click on the heart next to “Watch”

At the end of the auction you will be notified via email of how to process payment (EMT/Paypal/Cheque/Cash). Pickup will be at one of our four PetSmart locations with date and time to be arranged.

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Meowloween 2019

Meowloween 2019

This Meowloween is set to be the best ever!


Click the ticket link above for more details and to purchase tickets.

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High Tea Reminder

High Tea Reminder

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2019 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre,
1086 Burnhamthorpe Rd. East, Oakville

Tickets: $45 per person


Do you have your tickets for our Afternoon High Tea at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre yet? Tickets are selling fast and the event is less than two weeks away!

You can dress up in your favourite fancy tea party clothes, or dress casual – it’s your choice! The menu will be fall themed, featuring both hot and cold foods. But you’ll want to save room for dessert. Our delectable dessert table will feature pumpkin tarts, lemon squares, carrot cake, a selection of home made shortbread cookies and much more!

We will also have a raffle and silent auction, featuring some fantastic items to win or bid on.

Attendees will receive a complimentary thank you gift bag, which will include samples of ice wine tea, ice wine chocolate and more!

Last year’s event sold out quickly and we are getting close to selling out again, so order your tickets today!


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PetSmart Adoption Weekend

PetSmart Adoption Weekend

Burlington PetSmart  
1200 Brant Street
Burlington, ON L7P5C6
Ph: (905) 331-5454

Etobicoke PetSmart
158 North Queen Street
Etobicoke, ON M9C1A8
Ph: (416) 620-4648

Oakville Trafalgar PetSmart (NEW)
240 Leighland Avenue, Suite M7
Oakville, ON L6H 3H6
(905) 845-7518

There will also be a “treats for a toonie” bake sale too the Oakville location. All funds raised support the animals we rescue. Burlington and Oakville locations have rescue bunny rabbits for adoption too.

We have kittens and cats of all ages! Kittens/cats over about the age of six months will already have been neutered, however, neutering is included in the cost for younger kittens. All are up to date with immunization but very young kittens will require boosters at a later date, at owner expense.

The $195.00 fee per cat/kitten is cash only.

Kitten Vaccination Schedule

The first round of vaccinations is done around 6-8 weeks of age, which will have been done before the kitten enters the adoption centre. Once a kitten is adopted, future vaccinations and deworming is at adopter’s expense, at the adopter’s veterinarian.Kitten spay/neuter is included in the adoption fee.

10-12 weeks old (4 weeks after last round): 2nd Round of Vaccinations (FVRCP) and another deworming.

14-16 weeks old (4 weeks after last round): 3rd round of vaccinations (FVRCP) 

12-16 weeks old:  Your kitten is due for his/her rabies vaccination

5-6 months old – Spay/Neuter: Kitten spay/neuter is included in the adoption fee. This will be done at one of our vet clinics. We will follow up when your vet date approaches to make arrangements. The kitten is brought to us in the morning and should be picked up at the end of the same day.

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Black Cat Appreciation Day

Black Cat Appreciation Day

August 17 is designated as Black Cat Appreciation Day, launched to show people that a black cat could be the perfect cat for them, and help raise awareness about black cats in general.

Black cats are the most overlooked felines in shelters and it usually takes much longer for them to be adopted, about 24% longer.

There are many superstitions surrounding black cats. In Scotland, black cats are linked to prosperity. In the UK and Japan, they bring good luck. Sailors, fishermen and Egyptians all worshiped black cats. Sadly, in the US and other countries, black cats are considered unlucky.

Definition of superstition: a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief.

If you are looking for a cat, please take the time to really look at and get to know the wonderful black kittens and cats you will see in shelters.

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