Buffy is a small female kitten who is available for adoption from Healing Animal SCARS – Sonya’s Cat and Animal Rescue Society.      For more information about adopting this sweet little girl, PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Buffy is about six months old and she was rescued as a feral kitten when she was only two months old. She spent a couple of months in a foster home with the SPCA before they spayed her and we took her into our private rescue so that she would not have to live on a farm.

She gets along wonderfully with the other cats in her foster home. She is a bit timid but really enjoys being cuddled and is a very playful kitten. Her foster mom reports that Buffy sleeps on the bed with her and meows for breakfast in the morning!

She has been tested for feline leukemia and FIV, vaccinated fully with boosters, spayed and microchipped. We asked a donation of $200 to adopt a kitty from our rescue. Please call Sonya at 902-469-6369 to discuss adoption before emailing katsonya@accesswave.ca to get an application

Here is what Buffy’s foster mom had to say about her: Buffy loves to be a part of the “gang” in her foster home. She has come out of her shell and blossomed into a passive and sweet, although sometimes timid, little girl. She has learned the routine of her foster brother and sisters and runs to the kitchen when she knows it’s time to eat.

She loves to lay on the back of the couch in the sun and look out the window. She is never far behind her foster mom and sometimes flops over for belly rubs on the way by. She is very playful and proudly parades her mousies around in her mouth. She sleeps beside her foster mom spooning at least 1-2 other kitties hogging the bed. She has the smallest little meow but the biggest personality.





Simba is a large male senior cat who is available for adoption from The Lillian Allbon Animal Shelter.     For more information about adopting this lovable fellow, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Simba is a lovely senior gent. He has a little bobbed tail like a rabbit and the cutest roundest face.

This senior man is a ball of love and will add joy to any home. Every home needs a ginger cat!



Bubbsy is a large, female adult cat who is available for adoption at the Lillian Allbon Animal Shelter.    For more information about this sweet and affectionate cat. PLEASE CLICK HERE

Bubbsy is a sweet lady that deserves a loving home.

She is shy and doesn’t seem to like other cats but our cat room could be overwhelming. She may be fine with another docile cat.

Bubbsy loves attention and is super cuddly. Her portly figure just adds to her charm.



Charlie is a mid-sized adult male dog who is in the Compassionate Care Program with Misfit Manor Dog Rescue Society.    For more information about this sweet boy, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Charlie is a 7 yr old male Miniature Australian Shepherd who has Canine Addison’s Disease.

Addison’s disease is a completely manageable condition and Charlie is going to live a long healthy life with Addison’s. Once Charlie’s medications are optimized there is literally no way to tell he has Addison’s to look at him.

He will need a monthly injection of a drug called Percorten V and a small daily dose of Prednisone.

Charlie is good with other dogs, cats and children. He gives the best kisses and he loves to eat, anything.. so we have to watch where we put that kleenex box.

Charlie has Addison’s Disease

Mamma Sissy


Mamma Sissy is a small, senior female cat who is available for adoption from CAPS.    Mamma Sissy is house trained, up to date on her vaccinations and already spayed.    For more information about adopting this sweet cat, please CLICK HERE

Date of birth: May 1, 2004

Mama Sissy is a lovely, senior girl who enjoys being petted and loved.

She continues to wait for just the right person to bring her into their family. She enjoys the companionship of other cats and small dogs.

An adoption donation fee applies: for a kitten under 6 months of age $100, over 6 months of age $80 and dogs $125. CAPS’ “Better with a Buddy” offer allows for the adoption of a second cat/dog for no extra adoption donation. The adoption donation fee helps defer the investment of veterinary costs and the ongoing care of the animals while in our foster care system.