Cats Needing Care
Cats Needing Trust-Building
Cats In Long Term Senior and Special Needs Foster Homes
Forms & Agreements
Welcome to the
Helping Homeless Cats
of Greater Victoria Society
NOTICE: We are temporarily at
capacity and cannot accept any cats until we have the space and funds to
adequately care for more
Looking for the latest updates?
To see the most current activities of Helping Homeless Cats please go to our Facebook page. There are daily posts, photos, and videos about our kitties - plus lots of cat humour!
(Click here for our Facebook Page)
GARAGE SALE on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 10-4
Joseph Street off May Street in Fairfield near Dallas Road
This is a one-block street so you can easily find us in the middle of the block.
We will have a huge variety of items – something for everyone: literally!!!!!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
There is still time to buy desk and wall calendars. Please email email@example.com for more info..
The best gift of all is to make a donation to the rescue in the name of a friend or family member. This is especially nice for a cat lover who will appreciate this more than a material gift. We will send a sheet with the photo of a cat being helped and a description of the cat’s situation. See our Donations section for ways to donate. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get exact info for your gift notice and your tax receipt.
All cats on this
INDOOR - ONLY adult homes
We focus our resources on rescuing and rehoming mature cats.
Thank you for understanding.
THRIFTY's SMILE CARDS
A new program has started and will continue until April 29, 2017, or until we reach $2,500 in donations from Thrifty’s. The previously-issued cards are still good to use and HHC will receive 5% of all purchases. If you need a new card please email us at email@example.com with your name and mailing address and we’ll send you one. These are good at all Thrifty’s in B.C.
At Customer Service in Thrifty’s or at the register (before they begin ringing up your groceries) you load your Smile card by Visa or cash. Then use it for your groceries and Thrifty’s will donate 5% to us from what you spend. You pay no extra.
In 2015 we received $2000 from the program which was a big help with food and vet care. Thank you very much for helping us in this meaningful way.
Elements Compounding Pharmacy
at 3540 Blanshard St. in Victoria (near Pacific Cat Clinic & Save-On Foods) is
very supportive of our rescue efforts. They have our catnip mice for sale and
also have a coin donation box for us. They can also accept larger donations
for us and for those of $10 or more we will send a tax receipt. The pharmacy
staff is very friendly and helpful, so please stop by. Also, bring your
prescriptions for yourself and your pets!!
GIFT IDEAS THAT HELP SAVE LIVES:
A great gift for kitties is our wonderful hand-crocheted CATNIP MICE TOYS. You can find a large assortment on the counter at Pets West in Broadmead, Elements Compounding Pharmacy in Victoria, and also Elk Lake Veterinary Hospital, Shelbourne Pet Clinic, Countryside Pet Hospital, and Brentwood Bay Veterinary Hospital.
DONATION GIFT CERTIFICATE
(click to view an example certificate) is a gift that helps save a life!
$30 will feed a cat
for a whole month.
$50 will provide a physical examination for a cat with medical problems.
Please email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at
778-426-2426 for further information on how to get gift donation certificates
for all the cat lovers on your holiday gift list!
Get a THRIFTY’S
SMILE CARD mailed to you from us at no cost and “load it” with a credit at
any Thrifty’s and give the gift of groceries. For all purchases with Smile
Cards with our number, Thrifty’s will donate 5% of that amount to us for our
Senior Foster Program. Call us at 778-426-2426 or email
email@example.com for more information.
And, of course, a
GIFT DONATION for the kitties by mailing a cheque or using Pay Pal or
CanadaHelps.org is very much appreciated! All donations go directly to food,
supplies and vet care for rescued cats.
Cheques can be
Helping Homeless Cats
of Greater Victoria Society
P.O. Box 101
Saanichton, BC V8M 2C3
Thank you for
visiting our website! We have many kitties who need quiet indoor-only foster
homes. If you wish to consider this or adopting, please call us as there are
more cats than on the website. Please also click on our Facebook button on
the right where you will see over 1,000 photos and videos of our cats and stories about them.
Dedicated volunteers (not paid
employees) run Helping Homeless Cats rescue and cats are kept in foster homes
until adoption. For food, supplies and vet care, we depend on your donations
made by mailing a cheque or using our
Pay Pal donation page or
CanadaHelps.org donation page.
To receive a tax receipt for a cheque or Pay Pal donation, please email us your
name and address or fill out and return a donation form found in
Forms & Agreements. CanadaHelps.org provides a tax
Cats of Greater Victoria Society was
formed in 2009 for the purpose of rescuing abandoned domestic cats and helping
feral cats. Our goal is to find good foster and permanent homes for cats we
have rescued so we can help more cats in the future. When possible, we maintain
long-term foster homes for seniors, low income families, and those on
disability. We rely heavily on donations from supporters in order to help cats
in desperate need of food, shelter, and medical care. Donations also allow us
to maintain our foster homes which greatly benefit not only the cats but also
the people who love them.
All cats in our care
have received: spay/neuter, shots, flea treatment, deworming, veterinary exam,
and FIV testing if deemed necessary. Medical treatment is provided when
needed. We greatly appreciate donations for medical care, such as when a senior
cat needs life-saving dental work. Before adoption, potential adopters are
welcome to have blood tests done at their own expense to more completely assess
the cat’s health status.
domestic cats are available for adoption and fostering to INDOOR-only
non-smoking homes. We have cats of all ages, including one-year-old cats to
middle-age. We love the seniors and have several sweet cats around 8 or 10. We
also have older affectionate seniors and many lovely shy young cats who are
available for sponsoring and visiting as they need help gaining trust of
humans. We seek sponsors to donate monthly to their ongoing care since they
have a longer road to adoption.
We maintain a foster program where cats live in loving homes while awaiting permanent adoption. We also have a special Long-Term Senior Foster Program, particularly for older seniors, where the cat is not up for adoption until such time as there is a change in circumstances with the senior, the cat or the rescue that makes it best for us to bring the cat back to the rescue.
our cats are adopted to INDOORS non-smoking homes only.
See the links under “adoption” in the About Us section which explain
in great detail why indoors homes are best.
All content on www.helpinghomelesscats.com is the
Homeless Cats of Greater Victoria
unless otherwise specified.
Please do not reproduce without permission.
News and Views
Visit Our Supporters:
Saanichton Village Veterinary Hospital
7-7816 E. Saanich Rd, Saanichton, BC
Simply Cremations & Funeral Services
Unit 2, 2075 Henry Avenue West
Sidney, BC V8L 1T2
3540 Blanshard St.
2425 Bevan Ave, Sidney, BC, V8L 4R7
220 - 777 Royal Oak Dr
Bosley's - Royal Oak
104 - 4478 West Saanich Road
James Bay Pet Supplies
300 Beckley Ave.
Red Brick Café
2423 Beacon St.
1027 Cook Street (at Fort)
Glanford Bottle Depot
4261 Glanford Ave.
Sidney Bottle Depot
5-10025 Galaran Rd
4975 Pat Bay Hwy
Sidney Pet Centre
4-9769 Fifth St.
Shelbourne Pet Clinic
103 - 1638 McKenzie
Peace At Home Pet Care & Cat Grooming
Countryside Pet Hospital
Scrubby's Laundromat in Victoria
We acknowledge the financial assistance of the Province of British Columbia