Pets for adoption


Little Earl and Burrito were heard crying in the wall of an out building. Their mother had been hit and killed by a car nearby. They are now safe and receiving the comfort they need.

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As of 01 June 2019 Fixed Fur Life has Spayed and Neutered 24,506 cats and dogs (and 182 Bunnies) in the Quinte area!

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Happy Endings

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!

Thank You!


Thank you Carter Ward for collecting donations for Fixed Fur Life in Lieu of presents for his birthday! This very special young man also was a Junior Top pledge collector for his age group this year at our recent Strut for Strays!


A Big Thank you to Barb Forgie and Connie Yrjola the organizers of the Mother of all Craft Shows held last weekend! They have included us as their charity for many years and we are so appreciative! They put together such an amazing event! Each year they grow. It just keeps getting bigger and better! This year they raised an amazing $2354.00 for Fixed Fur Life! A big Thank you to all of the Artisans who donated items for the Raffle table and Plinko for Pets. Thank you to all who attended! Thank you to all of the amazing volunteers who came out to help!


Students from VP Carswell gave us a cheque for $328.74 for Fixed Fur Life!! Great community❤️

#fixedfurlife #vpcarswell #community


Thank You Leslie Abrams of “ Get Yoga” for hosting Cat Yoga and raising 500.00 for Fixed Fur Life!



Thank You Quinte Animal Hospital and Purposeful Painting for holding a Paint night for a Fixed Fur Life and raising $240.00!



Thank you Brad Denoon for another successful photo shoot. Easter this time. Thank you as well to the attention Pet Valu for hosting!


A HUGE THANK YOU to the organizers of this fabulous fundraiser! A fun packed Sunday afternoon raised $8100 for Fixed Fur Life!

The amazing hard working organizers Angela Wiggins, Barb Rickert, D’arcy McCallum , Marla becket, Brian Kimmond and Sherry Allin worked their tails off putting it all together! Thank you also to Vic for hosting the event and all the fabulous people who came out and supported FFL. Great news for animal lovers as a Fixed Fur Life fundraiser raised over $8,000 Sunday, April 7. Vic's Place in Belleville was packed to hear music from local entertainers The Impish Grins and CJBQ's own Robyn Scott (pictured below). Fixed Fur Life organizes foster homes for abandoned and lost animals and pays for veterinary care including spaying and neutering before putting them up for adoption. Fixed Fur Life's next event will be Strut for Strays at Zwicks Park in Belleville June 1.


This beautiful little Lady “Lexi” donated her birthday money and bought gifts for our kitties.


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 Shirelines Casino for raising $1453.00 through various fundraisers. It is amazing what this group of individuals  accomplish and do fir their community!


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!


Little Ridge

June 16, 2019 -Update

An update on our little Ridge. This little one is truly a little fighter. Vet visits x 2 this am. It is a fine line we walk with these little ones who are so compromised. We have to constantly pose the questions. Are they suffering? And do we need to make a decision. Is the treatment plan going to help or are we just prolonging things? In summary for Little Ridge after our last consultation this am she is now very comfortable with new pain meds and antibiotics. She is eating and has gained weight since her admission. The plan is to keep her really comfy, get her stronger and fingers crossed she will be ready for her surgery next week.

She is presently being fostered and we are Looking for donations for her extensive care.

June 14, 2019

This sweet little girl needs our help. Her name is Ridge and she was found recently on Ridge Rd. She is a young kitten that was found with eyes severely injured. The vet commented that one eye looks like it has been pecked by something. The second eye has the third eyelid that has fused to the cornea. One eye may be able to be saved but the chances are minimal. She may need to have a double eye removal. She was going to be sent to a barn environment but we were contacted before this could happen. This little girl can have a very productive life if we can address her issues. She is presently being fostered and we are Looking for donations for her extensive care.

1)You can donate on line on this page above

2) E transfer to

3) P.O. Box 20091 Belleville, Ontario K8N 5V1

Our Newest Admissions

Our newest little admissions are just 5 weeks old and needing extensive treatment. They have now been assessed and are receiving the needed medications/ treatment.

We Need You!

With the overwhelming intake recently of kittens, pregnant moms, nursing moms and so many cases that need extensive medical care we are putting out a plea. Please consider any of the following options:
1) In desperate need of fleecy, comfy blankets and puppy pads.
2) Wet Food ( Pate only as the gravy variety can cause GI upset)
3) PLEASE spread the word re our Strut for Strays 01 June- WE NEED this event to be successful to carry on. Details pinned to the top of this page or at
4) Consider becoming a monthly supporter
Please share with your friends and family

Become a Fixed Fur Life Guardian Angel. As you can imagine The bills pile up quickly and we are hoping to get more people signing up for monthly giving. It is simple, it is easy and it would allow us to manage all these vet bills and plan for the cases that come through our doors everyday.

There are several ways you can participate:
1) You can sign up for using the secure website:

2) You can do E transfers to

3) You can donate through the Pay Pal link on our website

3) If you are uncomfortable with the on line route you can mail post dated cheque’s to Fixed Fur Life P.O. Box 20091 Belleville K8N 5V1

Can you Help

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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

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.

Did You Know

‪Friday’s letter to the editor‬

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

E Transfers to

Darlene Quinsey
President of Fixed Fur Life