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Our CAT of the MONTH is  TWEETY
Last month's featured cat, Sophie, found her forever home!

Tweety is a young male who can best be described as a big teddy bear. He is loving and gentle. He twines himself around volunteers' legs so he can get even more petting. He has learned to walk on a leash. Tweety tolerates other cats but we feel he would be best on his own in his new home. You will find Tweety at Oakville PetSmart on Hyde Park Gate.
The next PetSmart Charities Adoption Weekend will be
September 13-15, 2019
The Afternoon High Tea is back for its second year!
Tickets on sale now.

Is kitten season ever going to end this year? It certainly doesn't seem like it. We are still picking up kittens every day.

We need your help to feed all these hungry little mouths!

We can always use donations of KMR, Royal Canin Babycat wet food & kibble, Royal Canin Kitten wet food & kibble, or any other brand of kitten wet & kibble.

If you can donate, please drop off at one of our adoption centres:
PetSmart Burlington (1200 Brant St.)
PetSmart Etobicoke (158 N. Queen St.)
PetSmart Oakville (2501 Hyde Park Gate)

Mark all donations: "DONATION FOR FOSTERS" or, message us and we can make arrangements to pick up!

From all our hungry babies and volunteers, we thank you for your support!

August was a busy month. Ninth Life set up a table at Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto, joining other rescues in Party for Paws on August 3rd. 

August 14th was Culinary Cuisine with Chef Kim. Guests watched the expert make vegetarian dishes such as tofu skewers and, of course, tasted the food too.

August 15th was an opportunity to learn how to make "sushi for cats" catnip toys and meet new friends at The Hearty Hooligan in Hamilton. It was lots of fun and the crafts were kitty approved!

Thanks to the volunteers who worked on these events. Have an idea for a fundraiser, let us know!
The Ultimate Guide to
What Your Cat CAN'T Eat

From PetPlace 
There are human foods that are completely safe for cats and also foods that are dangerous and even potentially fatal. Many pet owners learn about toxic foods only after their cat has ingested something and started having abnormal symptoms.

Read the rest of the article, including a list of common foods that are not safe for cats to eat.
Voltaren Toxic to Pets
Voltaren is a common over the counter medication to provide relief from joint and muscle pain but it can be very toxic to pets at low doses. For instance, a cat could lick the product off your hands or anywhere else you rubbed it on. Click here for more information.

Also, check this article from The Pet Health Network which includes a list of symptoms on NSAID poisoning in cats.


The need for foster parents never ends. There is always a lineup of cats who need somewhere safe, even if only overnight or for a few days while we work out another plan for them, or they can head to an adoption centre. 

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