Featured Feline Friday (OSCatR)- Charlie

This week’s Featured Feline Friday from the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue is the lovely Charlie.

This sweet momma is in need of some help.

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Charlie came into care while she was pregnant. She is very friendly and affectionate. She’s very tiny and was born without a tail. Charlie is playful, curious, and she loves to chase little foil balls that she carries around in her mouth while chirping away. She really enjoys being brushed and will pat your hand until you scratch her ears.

While in care she gave birth to four wonderful kittens who have all been adopted. Now she’s looking for her forever home.

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Some Quick Info About Charlie

Date of Intake: June 2014

Estimated D.O.B.: June 2013

Gender: Female

Breed: DSH with a bob tail

For more information or to adopt Charlie check out the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue website!

Featured Feline Friday (OSCatR)- Alun

I’ve decided to start another weekly feature; Featured Feline Friday! For now it will be cats from the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue but in the future I may start a second Featured Feline Friday post showcasing cats from other rescues.

Our debut cat is a mature gentleman named Alun!

Alun is a super sweet, laid back kind of guy. He is calm and easy going, and being a little bit mature he is not all that interested in toys. This guy loves his canned food, and has really enjoyed going to bed with a full belly every night. Alun has melted the hearts of everyone hes met, will he melt yours too?

Oh we almost forgot to mention, Alun is polydactyl! You just have to love those big pawed kitties!!

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Some Quick Info About Alun

Date of Intake: July 2014

Estimated D.O.B.: July 2009

Gender: Male

Breed: DMH

For more information or to adopt Alun check out the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue website!

Thanks for Giving Adoption Event

Looking for something to do in Ottawa this sunday?

Then you should consider heading to a Pet Valu store for the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue‘s Thanks for the Giving adoption event. They are happening from 11am – 3pm at the Pet Valu’s on Greenbank, Merivale,  Alta Vista, and Beechwood (where I’ll be helping out).

Besides all the cute cats for adoption there is also merc from the OSCatR for sale to help raise some much needed funds to help the cats in care.  Just check out the pic below of Alun… he’s looking for a home and helping sell merc!

A Busy Saturday of Helping Animals

Tomorrow DRC has a full day of helping out animals in need.  I’ll be starting off the day at the PunkOttawa Fleamarket where I’ll be a vendor, and then off to a local show I organized called Titties 4 Kitties 3!

Both events benefit The Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue where I volunteer. While the fleamarket also benefits the Wild Bird Care Center, and Titties 4 Kitties 3 also benefits SafePet Ottawa.

For more details on both of these events check out the above links to the Facebook Event Pages.

T4K3 Poster (Newmar)

Along with the places mentioned in the event, tickets for Titties 4 Kitties 3 will be available at the DRC table at the PunkOttawa Fleamarket tomorrow.

Titties 4 Kitties 3

Kitties, and puppies, and animals! Oh my!

Time for the 3rd annual Titties 4 Kitties show to help raise funds for local animal charities! Join local burlesque, drag and variety performers as they bring you an evening of animal themed performances.

This year’s beneficiaries are;

The Ottawa Stray Cat RescueHelpCats.ca
SafePet – safepetottawa.ca

To help raise extra funds there will be a raffle full of great prizes and a bake sale! There will also be a donation box on hand for any donation of goods (new or used) for the charities.

Tunes by DJ Lowpass

Doors are at 8 and the show is from 9-11pm.

Tickets: $12 advance or $15 at the door.

Advance tickets available;

Online: ticketweb.ca http://www.ticketweb.ca/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=5340325&pl=zaphod

In Person: The Comic Book Shoppe 2 at 228 Bank Street

Inquiries please contact T4KittiesOttawa@gmail.com

Facebook Event Page


The Ottawa Stray cat rescue helps get stray cats off the street and into loving homes via a foster care program. They also do TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) to help control feral cat colony populations.

SafePet Ottawa is a new organization in the city that fosters the beloved pets of VAW (Violence Against Women) victims until they are safe and settled in a new life.

T4K3 Poster (Newmar)

Rescue Block Party Was A Success!!

Rescue Block Party hosted by Chew-That in Ottawa. It was to help raise funds for the Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue, Sit With Me, and the Ottawa Dog Rescue. It was a hot afternoon but a great time was had by all. Especially all the puppies in attendance. They even got to take pics with a firetruck! Only saw one cat there though, and he was amazing. A huge Main Coon named Ranger. He was bigger than some of the dogs I met and he was the runt of his litter. Beautiful and majestic guy.  I managed to take a few pics while there, many of them of the same little guy who I would have adopted if I could have. All of the adoptable animals had  bandannas on saying they were adoptable and what organization they were with. This one little guy was so small that his bandanna turned into a cape. He was all sorts of super!

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Check out the rest of the pics in my Facebook album

Rescue Block Party July 19th

For anyone in the Ottawa area here’s a great event in support of three local rescue  groups.  I’ll definitely be there! I’ll be doing some baking (ginger cookies & cupcakes) and may have some kitty toys for sale.

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Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue – HelpCats.ca

I just wanted to share with you a bit of info about a wonderful organization here in Ottawa that I just started volunteering with.

The Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue

OSCatR is  no-kill, volunteer-run cat rescue based in Ottawa, Ontario, established in 2011. OSCatR does not have a shelter or central facility and all cats are in loving foster homes allowing the cats more freedom to be cats and maximizing the use of funds and donations.

OSCatR feels that feral cats deserve the best life possible, even if that life is outdoors. Community members make this possible by feeding and monitoring feral cats, which are humane-trapped by OSCatR, spayed/neutered and released back into the colony. OSCatR does not test for FIV or FeLV; instead, we spay/neuter to prevent the spread of these diseases as much as possible.

Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue Website HelpCats.ca

Ottawa Stray Cat Rescue on Facebook

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