NAPANEE COMMUNITY KITTEN RESCUE

Rescuing, Rehabilitating & Adopting Homeless Kittens and Cats.

Napanee Community Kitten Rescue is a registered Canadian Charity.   Charitable #/BN: 82911 3638 RR0001

July 13th – presentation of the funds raised by the students for  our kittens!!

 

    One of the Photo Booth pics! Courtesy of Paulhus Photography.

THANK YOU TO THE STUDENTS OF THE VETERINARY ASSISTANT PROGRAM AT ST.LAWRENCE COLLEGE!

We had such a lot of fun visiting at their Fundraiser for our kittens on the weekend of July 7th!

The Vet Assistant students from St.Lawrence College did a great job putting the event together, and it went really well!! Many thanks to them, and to the folks at PetValu in the Kingston Centre for hosting the event. Many thank you’s to everyone who spun the wheel, got a paw print, bid in the silent auction, had their photo taken, or bought a yummy treat (those vegan lemon scones were my fave)!

And we had an absolute hoot at the Paint 4 Paws event on July 11th at Kelsey’s in Kingston! It was so much fun painting, chatting and seeing how differently everyone saw things, did their colours and the kitty in the picture!!

The silent auction was pretty hot too!!

The students organized both of these events for our kittens!!!

And on the 13th of July, they presented us with the proceeds from all their hard work! Food, toys, supplies and a whopping $1,883.00! Whoo hoo!!! Whoo hoo!!!

Our eternal gratitude to these wonderful students who ended their classroom year, and are now off for a bit, and then move on to their placements!

We are so proud of them. And so grateful for their contribution to the welfare of our kittens!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

One of the ways you can help our kittens is by donating for the cost of your nail trims (dog or cat)

at Lennox & Addington Animal Hospital in Napanee,

at Limestone City Animal Hospital in Kingston or

at Kingston West Veterinary Hospital.

Look for the donation boxes!!

July 11th – presentation of the cheque for  our kittens!!

 

THANK YOU TO THE AMAZING PEOPLE OF THE UPPER CANADA VETERINARY GROUP!!

On July 11th, something wonderful happened! Here is the original post from Facebook from the terrific people we are honoured to work with!

Today, the Upper Canada Veterinary Group credited $15,000 to the Napanee Community Kitten Rescue in an effort to reduce the stress of costs associated with the hard work done by these amazing people. Nancy Clark and Missy Hull are pictured here with Dr. Jason Shepherd and Dr. Mark de Wolde. If any one is interested in helping the rescue, you can make a direct donation, or a deposit to their account held at the Lennox & Addington Animal Hospital. We encourage everyone to support our local community of rescues.

This was a truly wonderful thing!

The vets and staff at Lennox & Addington Animal Hospital, Limestone City Animal Hospital, Bath Village Veterinary Services, Kingston West Veterinary Hospital, and Kingston Napanee Spay Neuter Clinic are great to work with, and have helped us in so many ways!!

Our eternal gratitude to Drs. Mark and Jason and their staff!!

We are so grateful for their contribution to the welfare of our kittens!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

One of the ways you can help our kittens is by donating for the cost of your nail trims (dog or cat)

at Lennox & Addington Animal Hospital in Napanee,

at Limestone City Animal Hospital in Kingston or

at Kingston West Veterinary Hospital or

at the Kingston Napanee Spay Neuter Clinic

Look for the donation boxes!!

Fraser is a very special boy, and a special friend to us at NCKR. He is bright, funny, intelligent, with an open and caring heart.
Fraser and his family are fostering Clementine for us, and when Fraser planned his 10th birthday party, he decided to ask for donations for the kittens, instead of presents.
The family came to see us on the weekend to present us with his donation.
Fraser raised $281.00 at his party, and a big bag of toys and treats for our kitties!! Wow!
Thank you so very, very much!!! We are so happy to know you and your wonderful family!

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