Let me introduce you to Roo Roo Cat Rescue. Before starting RRCR in April of 2018 we each had extensive backgrounds in cat rescue. We are a small group of volunteers dedicated to rescuing, and changing the lives of abandoned and stray cats and kittens. The demand is so great and never ending. We cover many of the costs ourselves, and receive some support from individuals in the community and hold fundraising events to help defray the cost of vetting, such as on line auctions, pet photos with Santa, Xmas Bazaar.
In the adoption fee we include all vetting including spay, neuter, FVRCP vaccine and booster, rabies, microchip, deworming and flea treatment. We also do any medical treatment that is necessary for the health and well being of the cat.
Our cats are currently up for adoption in 4 Pet Valu stores: 1245 Fairview Street in Burlington, 55 Mountain Ash Road in Brampton, 98Highway 8, Fiesta Mall, Stoney Creek and we have recently added 2 in Brampton, Pet Value Main and Vodden (370 Main St Brampton) Due to COVID restrictions cats are not currently in stores, but adoptions are available)
With help from the community in adopting and providing loving homes, we can continue to take in more cats and kittens that need help and change their lives for the better. The need is never ending.
If you would like to donate any food, litter etc. the kitty’s would greatly appreciate it.
If you would like to VOLUNTEER WITH RRCR or have any questions please contact us by phone or email. email@example.com
Sissy D Hamer, Director/Owner/Administrator 1-416-822-1634
Roo Roo was an abandoned cat living a hard life on the streets. Luckily for him a caring neighbourhood resident, Phil kept an eye out for him and started to feed him regularly and he gradually gained Roos' trust. He liked to lounge on the front porch and sit with Phil. One day he came back with an injury to the back of his ear and Phil knew he needed to find help for Roo.
Sissy responded to Phils' request for help on FB for much needed vet care. Roo Roo recieved medical treatment and tested positive for FIV. He went into foster care with Sissy, and flourished with TLC, and readily took to the indoor life. But he wasn’t out of the woods. Shortly thereafter Roo also suffered urinary blockage. After being successfully treated for the blockage, Phil took over foster care.
What happened to Roo ? Well he is with Phil and his wife Peggy and is living the good life – just what we hope for for all abandoned and stray cats.
Roo's life is a true inspiration and from his story Roo Roo Cat Rescue evolved.