Rescued from the streets of Toronto scared and alone, strugging with a disability, Joe found love and a forever home in Kingston.
We have babies! Two adorable little guinea pigs were born in the rescue on July 10.
All too often bunnies are "set free" when they are no longer wanted. Outside they are simply prey: for parasites, predators and cars.
Rescuing animals is joyful and incredibly rewarding. It can also be heart-wrenching. The last few days have been the latter.
In late April news of an animal hoarding/neglect situation in Amherstview broke. We immediately offered our assistance.
Sébastien was rescued from certain death. Sadly, he was recently diagnosed with a terminal illness.
Lucy developed a serious abscess. Thankfully with a quick response and thorough care she's completely recovered.
Our little warrior, Wyatt, came to us very ill. In his short time with us he received a tremendous amount of care.
A ridiculously cute trio of kittens were found in a snow bank in the deep of winter, alone and cold. Now they are safe and loved.
Noelle was rescued just in time, saving her and her unborn kittens.