-Rescue Siamese currently has over 45 cats in our care, both in our adoption centre and in foster homes
-Some cats cannot be adopted due to special circumstances (eg. personality, age, medical reasons)
-Each cat in Rescue Siamese’s care requires financial support for vet bills, food, and housing
Who should sponsor a Rescue Siamese cat?
Cat lovers are a diverse group of people, which means that not all of them are physically or financially able to adopt a furry companion from us. We have open sponsorships for cats in permanent foster for people who wish to provide assistance for a feline friend, without having to adopt a cat. When you sponsor a Rescue Siamese cat, you help that animal in ways that cannot be counted.
How do I sponsor a Rescue Siamese cat?
There are a few ways to become a Rescue Siamese sponsor
1. A one-time donation through our PayPal portal:
Sponsor cat name:
3. Donating in-person or by mail at our adoption centre at 38 Barberry Road.
Check out our current permanent foster cats below:
Siamese Cross Seal point – Male Date of birth: 2010 Yoshi is a beautiful seal point who was originally adopted out as a kitten. Unfortunately, Yoshi developed severe upper respiratory disease and bladder crystals for which his owner could not afford the treatment. This wonderful boy requires a special diet to prevent the formation of future bladder issues.
Domestic Short Hair Brown tabby – Male Date of birth: 2016 June is a wonderful boy with a happy, playful personality. He only has 3 legs and is missing his tail, but that doesn’t stop this guy from living a full life with his foster family. Due to his condition, June requires special toiletries and incontinence products.
Siamese Cross Seal Point/Snowshoe – Female Date of birth: 2003 Sheena is an older gal who came into our care with kidney failure. Due to her age and condition, she has been placed in a loving permanent foster home to live out her final years. Due to her chronic kidney disease, Sheen requires a special kidney-friendly diet.
SPONSOR FOUND! Siamese Cross Seal point – female Date of birth: 2014 Sophie is a curious and active girl with lots of love to give. She loves to sit on any available lap and can’t get enough attention from Rescue Siamese volunteers. Unfortunately, Sophie has an anxious personality and does not deal well with stress and lack of attention–this has resulted in litter box issues with past adopters. Sophie is now living with all her friends at the Rescue Siamese adoption centre.
Siamese cross Seal point – Female Date of birth: 2005 Cougar is the resident “Guard Cat” at the Rescue Siamese adoption centre. Cougar had been previously adopted and was returned through no fault of her own. She had later been placed in a local business as a “shop cat” but developed aggressive tendencies towards some employees. As a permanent member of the Rescue Siamese family, Cougar has shown us not only a lot of spunk and attitude, but also a lot of love. This older gal loves to get head scratches, but will definitely let you know when she’s had enough. Cougar is a sassy lady, and we love her for it! Due to her older age, Cougar requires a special diet to maintain her health.