Kitzi (above) is approximately one year old. She is a tame cat who spent part of the winter outside. She was pregnant and gave birth to three kittens, but sadly one died at birth, and the other two died shortly after. Kitzi has been in her foster home since the end of May. Another kitten was brought into the foster home, and Kitzi adopted him as her own right away. She also nursed other kittens that didn’t have a mother. She is an amazing kitty--such a great mother and a super friendly, cuddly girl! Kitzi’s foster mom says she loves to play with her toy balls and feathers. Kitzi has been spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, deflead, and dewormed. She is ready to find her forever home.

Kitzi is bonded with Otis... Otis is CH, short for Cerebellar Hypoplasia. A cat with CH often falls down and has trouble walking. CH in cats is non-progressive, meaning it does not get worse with age. Cerebellar Hypoplasia occurs when the cerebellum, the part of the brain which controls fine motor skills and coordination, is not completely mature at birth.

Barry (above) is a 4.5 month old male, one of four siblings that was also rescued from the outside world. While he was reluctant and hid when we caught him, it wasn't long before he adored cuddles and attention.

While he's still a bit shy, he has gained trust and enjoys sleeping on the edge of his foster's bed and snuggling with his fur siblings. He is bonded with his brother Brodie (see below) and will need to be adopted with him. He will be a wonderful, gentle and loving fur companion.

George, Ron, Fred (above) are around 12 weeks old and siblings, all born outside. They are all still very skittish but can be held (if you can catch them!). Their foster is working with them so they're not so scared of people. They are all very sweet and gentle and playful too!





The cats pictured on this page have been adopted into loving homes.

Many of these cats were born outside, where their prospects for long, happy, indoor lives were not good. But, thanks to the efforts of the many dedicated volunteers at Georgina Feral Cat Committee, these cats are now in forever homes.

Adopting through a rescue saves lives. 

Panda (above) 12-14 weeks, female. She is a tiny cat full of life! She enjoys playing with other cats and is good around large dogs. She may be small but she is mighty. Loves to cuddle and she purrs up a storm! She is definitely a little love bug.






Brodie (above) is a 4.5 month old male, and was found with 3 other siblings. Brodie is the calmest and cuddliest of his fur siblings. He keeps the peace in the house and will woo you with his big 'please love me' eyes. Brodie is sweet and patient, and loves to have his belly rubbed and purrs like a machine. He is very bonded with his brother Barry so needs to be adopted together.