Although we do not have pets for sale, we do, on occasion, have animals that are homeless, abandoned or rescued, requiring a good home.
In all cases, we have treated any medical conditions they may have presented with, and brought them up to date on their vaccinations and deworming.
If you are interested in opening your heart and home to one of our homeless friends, we would be happy to introduce you; please call us at 905.702.8822 or stop by for a visit.
Available For Adoption
We currently do not have any pets up for adoption.
Purring is part of every cat’s repertoire of social communication, apparently created by the movement of air in spasms through contractions of the diaphragm. Interestingly, purring is sometimes heard in cats that are severely ill or anxious, perhaps as a self-comforting vocalization. But, more typically, it is a sign of contentment, first heard in kittens as they suckle milk from their mother.