Category: “Paws”

FATHER’S DAY RAFFLE

FATHER’S DAY RAFFLE

Summer is fast approaching and so is Father’s Day! As adoption centres are slowly preparing to re-open, we are still processing very limited adoptions right now, receiving much less revenue as a result. We still have many cats and kittens in foster homes waiting to see vets before they can go for adoption.

We are having another exciting online, no contact, gift card raffle in order to generate funds for our vet bills, just in time for Father’s Day! The single prize is all nine gifts cards with a total value of $250! Cards include: Starbucks ($50), Canadian Tire ($50), M&M Meat Shop ($50), LCBO ($25), Metro ($25), Beer Store ($25) and Ultimate Dining ($25).

Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. You can purchase tickets through EMT (Info@ninthlifecatrescue.org) or Canada Helps (https://www.canadahelps.org/…/events/fathers-day-gift-card…/).

Please be sure to indicate how many tickets you wish to purchase, as well as your name, address and phone number or email address so that we can contact you if you win. Gift cards will either be delivered or sent by mail. Tickets are on sale now and will be available until June 19th. Draw will take place on June 20th!

Thank you for your support! We wish you and your loved ones health and happiness at this very stressful time.

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Spring Gift Card Raffle

Spring Gift Card Raffle

SPRING GIFT CARD RAFFLE #2 – JUST IN TIME FOR THE LONG WEEKEND! 🌷🌷

We hope everyone is still staying safe during these very difficult times and getting ready for the upcoming long weekend. As adoption centres are still closed, we are processing very limited adoptions right now, receiving much less revenue as a result. However, we still have many cats and kittens in foster homes who will need vet care as soon as we are able to see vets again.

We are having another exciting online, no contact, gift card raffle in order to generate funds for our vet bills. The single prize is all nine gifts cards with a total value of $250! Cards include: LCBO ($50), Starbucks ($50), Terra Greenhouse ($50), Shoppers Drug Mart ($25), Metro ($25), Ultimate Dining ($25) and Presidents Choice ($25).

Tickets are $5 each or 5 for $20. You can purchase tickets through EMT (Info@ninthlifecatrescue.org) or Canada Helps (https://www.canadahelps.org/…/nint…/events/spring-raffle-no2). Please be sure to indicate how many tickets you wish to purchase, as well as your name, address and phone number or email address so that we can contact you if you win. Gift cards will either be delivered or sent by mail. Tickets will be on sale from May 11 to May 15th. Draw will take place on May 16th!

Thank you for your support! We wish you and your loved ones health and happiness at this very stressful time.

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Can Cats go Vegan?

Can Cats go Vegan?

This is a question we have occasionally been asked. Here are links to articles from PetPlace which might help with your decision.

Can Cats Be Vegan?

Is Vegan Food Safe for Your Pet?

The Ultimate Guide to What Cats Cannot Eat

The Science Behind Feline Finickiness, and What To Do About It

And from Pet MD:

Can Cats Live on a Vegan Diet? (full article)

Cats, as a species, are obligate carnivores. In very simple terms, this means that cats require meat in their diet. They have specific nutrient needs that can only be supplied through the ingestion of animal meat.

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Do Cats Get Lonely?

Do Cats Get Lonely?

Those with a single cat often wonder if their single cat is lonely. And, if we get another cat, what should we first consider? Or, are you trying to decide if you should adopt two cats instead of one?

This article from Modern Cat , by Pam Johnson-Bennett, is short but has good points to consider.

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Happy 2020

Happy 2020

As 2019 comes to an end, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported us this year – our adopters, donors, supporters and volunteers.

We can’t do what we do without your help.

This has been a very busy year for us and we have had some very challenging rescues, including numerous hoarding situations, pregnant cats, orphaned litters and surrenders, to name just a few. Many of these cats required multiple surgeries, medications and follow up vet visits, the costs of which far exceeded the adoption fees.

The Holiday season is coming to an end, but you still have until December 31st to make a donation that is eligible for a 2019 tax receipt.

Please consider us in your year-end giving. Every dollar helps!

Make a donation through Canada Helps

Thank you and Happy New Year from all of us at Ninth Life Cat Rescue.

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