Literally thousands of Animals have come through our doors. The majority of these animals have been abused, neglected and abandoned. Visit our gallery and view these Happy Endings!
A big Thank you to this young man for asking for supplies for Fixed Fur Life for his birthday! Thank you Ryder
Thank you to this amazing group of Loyalist students for all of their hard work organizing and implementing their SPAYghetti dinner in support of Fixed Fur Life!
A big Thank you to Brad Denoon Photography and the Trenton Pet Valu for hosting Valentines Day Photo’s today for Fixed Fur Life!
Big Thank you to Ann Ryan and Staff at the Global Pet Foods Belleville for raising $240.00 for Fixed Fur Life by hosting a Christmas Tree ornament sale!
Thank you to the Bay of Quinte Classic Cruisers who held a Car Show this past August and raised an amazing $3,000 for Fixed Fur Life!
Thank you Hillcrest Animal Hospital for including Fixed Fur Life in your “12 days of Christmas” fundraiser to collect much needed supplies for our Fur babies!
Thank you to Furballs Choice in the Somerville Plaza on Hwy 62 fo4 collecting much needed supplies for Fixed Fur Life!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our Nail Trims For Charity. We are thrilled to donate $1740.00 to Fixed Fur Life! @fixed_fur_life
Thank you to Dr Drysdale for donating 10 Post Spay shirts. Very generous and will allow us to forego the use of cones. This will keep incisions protected and kitty will be much more comfortable!
We have the most amazing supporters! Thank you to all who Stopped by the Trenton Pet Valu to donate food, litter, toys and blankets, formula and puppy pads. We struggle to fill all the hungry bellies so this is a HUGE help! Thank you to Kevin and Stacey ( Trenton Pet Valu) for their contributions, hosting of our adoption venue and the many fundraising initiatives!!
A big Thank you to all who came out to support Fixed Fur Life at Little Stinkers Natural Pet Foods & Grooming Anniversary Howl-O-Ween Pawty! It was a cold wet day and our amazing volunteers and supporters persevered and raised an amazing $1,158.15 for the animals! Also a huge Thank you to Tammy Noble, Janine and staff of Little Stinkers who gave an enormous amount of their time,energy and money to host the event and participate on that very cold day. Thank you to All!
HGS #Belleville had a fundraiser for Fixed Fur Life that they ran over the last 3 weeks. To raise funds, they had a number of TL’s and support staff volunteer to be Pied in the Face. People bought 50\50 tickets and voted with their ticket for the person they wanted to be Pied. The team raised $716. Half went to a 50\50 draw and $358 will be donated to Fixed Fur Life. A big thanks to everyone who donated!
Big Thank You “Quinte Ride for Paws” 2018 for raising 1510.00 for Fixed Fur Life. thank you to Tamalin Vadja and Derek Andrews and all of the volunteers and riders involved!
A message from Stonehenge Kennel this am
So a few weeks ago my granddaughters Faith and Helena organized a bake sale and craft sale to raise money for Fix Fur Life.🐶🐱 We had many baked good and beautiful crafts & jewelry for sale. Thank you Tina Osbourne and Ann Bouma for bringing your love ely art pieces over. They raised $200.00 in the sale. As well we had a raffle going on with two gorgeous pieces donated by 2 local artist/ businesses. The first raffle prize was a barn quilt made and donated by Ann Bouma. The winner of the quilt was Tara Rolak. Our second raffle prize was a beautiful infinity scarf made and donated by Haley Robinson- Dandelion Wishes. Winner of the scarf is Leslie Breithaupt. Congratulations everyone! 🐈🐕 100.00 was raised in the Raffle 🐕 $300.00 was raised in total for Fix Fur Life. Thanks everyone for coming out and supporting this great cause. 🐈
Thank You to Allen Insurance for raising $430.00 for Fixed Fur Life and much needed supplies!
Thank you to Kim MacDonald (Dejavu Boutique) for organizing this fundraiser. Thank you to all of her amazing Pin Up girls who collected pledges raising $4807.00 for Fixed Fur Life!
I apologize for the graphic pictures. We have had a significant increase in cats needing extensive veterinary care. These are 5 of the latest cases.
- Peanut came to us with a mouth full of horrendously rotten abscessed teeth and a fractured lower jaw. He required a full mouth extraction and repair of his Jaw.
- Benny is suffering from a severe infestation of ear mites causing him to do this to himself. Minor surgery to treat his ears was needed,
- Bindi came with a severe upper respiratory infection and frostbite to all of her feet. One foot massively infected.
- Gary had been roaming the streets unneutered for over a year with eye ulcers so bad he is blind in one eye. He is receiving treatment to save the other eye.
- Millie came to us with a wound on her neck, hind end and back that will require extensive meds and wound care.
These cases and expenses are why we ask for people to consider Monthly giving. It is simple and it is easy and as I said before allows us to plan for these cases. It allows us to be able to help these guys in need and not worry if we will have enough donations coming in to pay for this.
Everyone doing just 5, 10 or 20.00 a month will all add up and allow us to continue helping so many in need.
There are several ways you can participate:
1) You can sign up for using the secure website:
2) You can do E transfers to firstname.lastname@example.org
3) If you are uncomfortable with the on line route you can mail post dated cheque’s to P.O. Box 20091 Belleville K8N 5V1
NO AMOUNT IS TOO SMALL! Thank you to all who have already signed up.
Friday’s letter to the editor https://www.intelligencer.ca/news/local-news/fridays-letters-to-the-editor-7/
Organization seeking assistance
Since 2004 Fixed Fur Life, a charitable organization, has been working aggressively in the Quinte community to combat pet overpopulation. To date they have successfully spayed and neutered 23,266 cats and dogs in Quinte.
As hard as we work out in the community to combat the overpopulation crisis we are still seeing multitudes of cats and kittens out in our community that are breeding continuously, as evidenced by the recent report of overcrowding at local shelters.
Our goal is to reduce these numbers thus decreasing the burden on local shelters. While the efforts are tireless and frustrating at times we do believe that aggressive Spaying and neutering is the answer and eventually we will see the results.
Fixed Fur Life assists over 2,000 cats and dogs per year. At any given time during the year we will have 2 to 300 cats in our intake area, foster homes and four adoption centers. As we adopt out we take more in from the long waiting list we have acquired. Referrals come to us by word of mouth, the veterinary community, other rescue organizations and shelters.
As the cold weather approaches our efforts are ramped up to get as many pregnant females and kittens off the streets and inside. With these increased efforts comes an increased expense. FFL receives zero funding and relies on donations and fundraisers to continue its efforts. FFL is comprised of volunteers with zero paid staff which allows us to direct all funds to veterinary expenses defined as spaying, neutering and medical emergencies.
We are hoping to reach our next goal of 24,000 by the end of December 2018. If you would like to assist us in our endeavour donations can be mailed to P.O. Box 20091 Belleville K8N 5V1.
On Line donations can be made through our website www.fixedfurlife.com
E Transfers to email@example.com
President of Fixed Fur Life
As you can see we are bursting at the seams with pregnant cats, adult cats, sick cats, kittens, kittens and more kittens.
Looking for dry and wet cat food. In an effort to not upset tummies we use consistent brands:
1) Dry Performatrin adult and kitten (Pet Valu)
2) Wet canned Performatrin or Friskies Pate
3) Senior food dry ( Global Pet Foods)
Also on our wish list are puppy pads
Thank you ahead of time if you are able to help. Items can be dropped at Foster Park or either of the Pet Valu’s