** Due to the global pandemic there will unfortunately be no meetings before the adoption** No exceptions**
1 cat - $350
Everyone is eager to hear about how to adopt a kitten, thank you very much for your interest!
Every single one of our kittens/cats will have proper veterinary care before their adoption is finalized. This includes treatment for medical issues, age appropriate vaccinations, deworming, microchips, and spayed/neutered. Each kitten will go to their forever home with this information.
When our kittens are minimum 10 weeks old, we will begin to accept applications. The link to our online applications will be posted on our Facebook page in the morning normally between 8-9am. The applications can close fairly quickly depending on the volume of applications we receive.
**We do not accept applications prior to the dates indicated on our Facebook page**
Photos of families can be found below. If the family just came into care they may not have a post yet, please be patient. Up to date bios of personalities are posted in the days leading up to the application opening.
Once an adoptive family has been selected, they will be contacted to review a contract. Once the contracts have been signed and the adoption fees have been received by OKR, the kitten will no longer be listed available.
It is very important that our kittens/cats leave our rescue spayed and neutered. Therefore, our kittens will not have finalized adoptions until they are around 14 weeks old. They are placed on a “foster to adopt” after their second round of vaccines.
Mama cats that are nursing babies will not be available for adoption until they have weaned their babies and are spayed. This timeline may vary depending on each litter however we will begin applications for mama’s when their babies are 10 weeks old, and ideally the moms will be adopted during the same timeline of her kittens.
We will not be placing holds on kittens, and they will not be adopted on a first come basis. Each kitten/cat has specific needs and personalities. We will be placing kittens in the most appropriate homes. The more information you can give us in the applications will help us select the appropriate home to suit your lifestyle and the kittens.
Cats under the age of 12 months of age will be required to be adopted in pairs or to be adopted in a multi cat household. We will not place solo kittens with senior cats as they often highly upset the senior cat when they do not have a young friend to play with. No exceptions.
Once the potential adopters have been contacted, we give a 24hr period to fill out the foster to adopt contract, the adoption contract and to send the adoption fee of $350/cat to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once these 3 things are received, the kittens are no longer listed available.
Adopters must be within a 2-hour radius of the Ottawa area.
Due to the volume of applications we will only. be contacting the selected applicants. We will not respond to questions on application status, we simply do not have the time to answer everyone. Thank you for your interest and understanding.
Cosmos gotten super comfortable and confident! He’s constantly playing with the toys and running around with the the string toy in his mouth! Everyday he comes over for cuddles and rolls over on the floor purring. He’s absolutely obsessed with tube treats and will sit right in my lap while he chews on the tube.
These guys would be best in a quiet/calm environment where they can feel safe and relax. They would be best with someone who has the patience and care to let these guys come out of their shells and adjust.
Cosmo and Wanda are the perfect pair.
Is seeking a home with a young feline friend or adopted with a sibling
Chimmy (DMH orange tabby), I really took my time warming up to our human but it feels kinda nice to be pet and cuddled. She found this awesome place just under my chin and I haven't stopped purring yet. I usually wait for her to come to me but today I approached her and she was so happy. Living indoors is going to be cool!
Hi. Tae here (DSH orange tabby). I'm not taking to living indoors yet; it is scary and this being pet and cuddled is not my thing - yet.
Yesterday I found myself actually relaxing and my ears came up and when my human let me go I forgot to run away - so I guess I am getting better at it. Today I actually ate in front of our human! She was so happy and pet me some more. She is pretty easy to please and the food is awesome so maybe I'll stay and chill a b
Mama Stevie, Updated bio soon!
Applications Open Nov 29th
Comet is a part-time timid little kitty. She can be shy when you enter the room and will seek comfort in her cat house, but will crave your attention and cuddles when she wants it. She is a purring machine and loves to cuddle, nap and relax while being pet. She is an acrobat and often tries to get to the windowsill to observe the outside world. Comet loves to relax in the sunshine. Although she can be playful with her sister, Dasher- she has yet to really get into playing with all of her toys. She is still learning! Comet is a gorgeous kitty with beautiful colours and features.
Dasher just recently came in to join Comet to keep her company and teach how to be an indoor foster kitty as she has been getting used to it for a few extra weeks. Dasher is a sweet girl who can be a little spooked when there is a sudden loud noise or movement but she is slowly getting used to it. She has moved three times in the past month, so we are giving her some space. She loves quiet cuddles and being pet (who doesn’t?). Dasher is a playful kitten behind closed doors. She likes to wrestle with her sister and with the fluffy toy ball. Her squeaky meows are adorable. We are still getting to know Dasher, more updates to come!
Cheesecake is a LOVE BUG. She’s really opened up to us the past two days and is getting more comfortable with the kids, so long as they aren’t hyper.
She’s eating relatively well (will probably do better without the cone) and hobbling about a little with strict supervision.
Her favourite time is when we take her cone off for neck scratches and cuddles!
This little girl certainly wants to get moving again! We let her walk around only a couple minutes twice a day. She’s under strict rest orders and meows her disagreement when we scoop her up to put her back in her crate!
She’s getting used to the kids & the goings on in the house. She meows or trills when we pop in to see her & excitedly comes to the crate door for head scratches!
Updated bio soon!
Updated bio soon!
Updated bio soon!
Rose - Rose is the softest kitten I have ever met. Outnumbered as the only girl in the pack, she can definitely hold her own against the rambunctious boys. She is constantly climbing and flinging herself off the cat tree at her unsuspecting brothers. Rose is such a sweet little girl.
Updated bio soon!