Happy Endings

Part of a feral cat colony.

Part of a feral cat colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

Part of a feral cat colony.

Part of a feral cat colony. Socialized, Spayed and adopted out!

These Boys

These Boys were all living outside. All fixed and adopted out.


Taken in as an abandoned stray Marbles was Spayed and adopted out!

Bottle fed Alumni

Bottle fed Alumni – Adopted and Neutered when 6 months old.


Chumba came to FFL as a very sick kitten. Afflicted with distemper. After intensive treatment by a very diligent FFl Foster care she survived and is shown here in her new home!

These 2 girls

These 2 girls were surrendered by their owner when she could no longer care for them. Both were adopted out together as they had been together as kitten.

These 2 boys

These 2 boys were chucked out of a car on County Road 1 in Picton. The people who witnessed the car slowing down and letting them out took them in and then brought them to us. Neutered and adopted out together.


Calvin was a young Un Neutered battle scarred boy until a very kind woman took him in. Neutered and vaccinated by FFL he is now enjoying an indorr pampered life!

This sweet little girl

This sweet little girl came to us with an injured tail. Infested with fleas and worms. All were addressed and she was Spayed and adopted out!


Bobbi was a pregnant stray. She delivered her babies just days after we took her in. All were adopted out! All have been Spayed and Neutered.

Bottle fed Alumni 1

Bottle fed Alumni 1. Bottle Fed Alumni. These little ones were left outside during the winter in a box. All were adopted and all have been Spayed and Neutered.

These Girls

These girls are a group of feral cats. What you see here are 3 generations. All were Spayed and vaccinated and remain together being cared for by their caretaker

Hank and Hannah

Hank and Hannah were found in a dumpster on Station Street. Brought to FFL they were bottle fed and adopted out together when they were old enough.

This Handsome Fellow

This handsome fellow sustained a severe fracture after being stepped on by a horse. He was slotted for euthanasia by his owners. FFL stepped in and paid for his surgery and found him a home.


Moe came to FFL with a severe infestation of ear mites which led to the wound you see here. Surgery to debride the wound was done. Once all infestations were addressed he blossomed into a beautiful boy. After 6 weeks of wound care with Darlene he was Neutered and adopted!

Nursing Mom Alumni 2

Nursing Mom Alumni 2. All were adopted and all have been Spayed and Neutered inclusive of mom.


Joseph came to FFL as an abandoned Stray. He also came with a disability that did not slow him down.Due to probable exposure to a virus when he was a kitten he walks like he has had too much to drink. Neutered and adopted out he runs and plays with his new family.


Jack again Jack lounging in his new home. He has decided that he much prefers the pampered indoor living!


Jack as an out door abandoned boy. He used to sleep on the picnic table in a back yard. See Jack in next picture.