Amica at Newmarket
AVA Action Volunteers 

Auntie M's Closet

Aurora North Vet Clinic

Barrie Street Cats
Cakes by Jez

Forrest Jones

Paws Up Rescue Resource​

Pet Valu, Keswick & East Gwillimbury

Ninth Life Cat Rescue

Shirley Baxter

South Shore Vet Clinic
Team Cat Rescue

Zehr's Keswick

1. Spay or neuter your cat. Don't allow it to roam outside. It's really that simple. And tell others to do the same. Spay/neuter rebates are offered by PAWS of Georgina.

2. Volunteer with us... more information.

3. We are always looking for fosters too. Here's our foster application.

4. We sometimes find ourselves with cats that we can tame that can be adopted out. Here's our adoption application.


the Feral Population

September 29, 2018, 11am to 3pm - two events: 

BBQ Fundraiser at Zehr's in Keswick. Hot dogs, burgers, cold drinks, home baked treats. 

Adoptathon at Pet Valu in Keswick. Come meet some of the kittens we have for adoption!

Kitty Yoga is coming on October 20 at 1pm at Two Feathers Yoga in Keswick. $10 min donation. Pre-registration required. Email:

We have many cats and kittens in foster and ready for furever  homes.  See pictures to the right for a few of the cats currently available or check out our Adoptables section.

We are constantly updating this website, so check back often.

The Lives We Impact

Special Thanks

Some of the cats and kittens available for adoption.

Our first project was a group of 13 cats / kittens at the Mary Brown's in Keswick.  These cats were not truly feral, as they had contact with humans begging for chicken.  All of the cats were trapped, then spayed / neutered and adopted into loving homes.

We have dozens of other cats in need of our help... we get requests for help weekly. But we need your support!

How You Can Help

Do you have a stray cat? Read this for what you should do.

Want to volunteer with us? Here's our volunteer application.

Want to adopt or foster one of our cats? Fill out our adoption/foster application.

Looking for a barn cat? We have barn cat applications too.

Feral cats are the end result of owned pets who were not spayed or neutered, and then escaped or were allowed to roam.

Responsible pet owners spay or neuter their cats as soon as they become old enough (generally four months), so they don't contribute to the problem.

Responsible pet owners do not allow their pets to roam freely. Outdoor cats can get lost and become one of the many stray or feral cats we get calls about.

Upcoming Events