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The shelter is very full and in addition to the cats shown below we
have many other cats waiting to be adopted. 

To see cats that we have successfully adopted to good homes please go here

Note - The Shelter is overloaded with kittens and cats of all
 ages. If you  are interested in adopting a kitten/cat and wish to visit
the shelter please call the Shelter at (902) 245-2303 for an appointment,

You may also contact us by email at If contacting
us my email please make sure to include your phone number.

The five kittens featured below were abandoned with their mother when they were just a few days old – now 9 months old (as of March first)   All are happy, lively kittens with affectionate natures.  Although featured together as they relax after a busy morning of playing non-stop, they are all now independent of each other and can be homed separately.


Spot and Boxer (males)
Mork (female) and Mouse (male)

Allie  Abandoned with her newborn kittens, this affectionate Tabby is looking for a loving home now that the kittens no longer need her.  Allie loves people and enjoys being cuddled, but can be jealous of other cats and would be happiest in a single cat household.

Dash is a very handsome boy with his long silky orange coat. He is affectionate and easygoing, comfortable around people and other cats.


Les is a laid back, affectionate kitten who enjoys being around people and playing with the other kittens.

TiggerTigger is outgoing, affectionate and gets on well with other cats

Alfie is loving and confident, with a quiet disposition.

Peach is a survivor.  She was rescued, along with her sister, from a situation of serious neglect.  Despite the best of treatments, and lots of TLC, her sister sadly did not survive, but Peach hung on and over time grew stronger.  Now she is happy, healthy and looking for a loving home. Peach is quiet and affectionate, best suited to a single cat household without young children.


Boscoe Jun 2016Boscoe is a big Tabby with an affectionate nature who enjoys being around people and would be a good companion.   He is not always friendly towards other cats though, and is best suited to a single cat household

Brier - March 2016Brier is a beautiful cat with a long silky coat and an affectionate disposition.  She enjoys being around people, doesn’t mind being picked up, and gets on well with the other cats.


Soot is a very handsome boy with double paws and a beautiful glossy coat. He is gentle and affectionate, but can be a little shy, so would do best in a quiet household without young children.


Scamp Nov 2015Scamp is an appealing young cat with an easy going personality.  He loves people, enjoys being petted and gets along well with other cats.

Petal Jan 9 2014

Petal is a beautiful, long haired young cat with unusual coloring. She is affectionate, but a little shy at first and is best suited to a quiet household without young children



Farrar is a perky, good natured cat.  She is friendly towards the other cats and, with her affectionate personality, would be a great family pet.


Lily Sep 5 2013Lily is a lively and appealing Tabby.  She is very affectionate towards people, but can be jealous of other cats and is best suited to a single cat household where she can have all the attention to herself.    


Sadie Feb 4 2013Sadie is a gentle and loving little character.  She gets on well with other cats and would fit well into family life, but would be equally happy in a single cat household where she would have all the attention.


  Amy is a pretty cat - playful, affectionate and gets on well with other cats.


Tony - adult male.

Tony has a loving nature, although a little shy at first, who is looking for a quiet home where he can curl up in a chair and enjoy life as an indoor cat.

Cat Run

New Cat Run

All our cats are now able to enjoy the great outdoors with the completion of a second outside run, and here some of them are having a great time exploring their new quarters.

With such a high intake of cats and kittens over the past year, a second building was converted to give them all more space. Work took place over the summer, and a big thank you goes to Erma and Bob Carlson for all their help. Erma and Bob traveled from new Tusket each week to volunteer their time, and while Erma looked after the cats Bob worked to put up all the siding on the building and help with the run. We sure miss these two who winter in Florida and look forward to having them on our team again next summer.

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