Here is our new radio ad! Find out how we're helping reduce the number of homeless cats on Quadra Island!

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Group tackels islands' feral cats.
$45k noted in article is a tally of all monetary and in-kind contributions.
Click HERE to read article in Campbell River Mirror.

 


Help Some Pets in Need at Bosley's Campbell River
Click HERE or on photo to read article.

 

 

BC SPCA spay/neuter grants help groups combat cat overpopulation. Click HERE to read article.

Kitten Abandoned - Temporary Foster Home Needed
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Click here to read the entire story

 

Quadra kittens in need of help
North Island Midweek
Treating these kittens' infected eyes drained the Quadra Cat Rescue's bank accounts and public help is requested. By Contributed - North Island MidWeek Two ...

Make a Joyful Noise music students to perform for cat rescue
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Emergency care bills drain QCR funds
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Cat and kitten dumping season
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Quadra Cat Rescue Garage Sale Fundraiser
QCR garage sale fundraiser May-12.pdf
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200 and Counting- Quadra Cat Rescue thanks community for helping spay and neuter- May 8, 2012
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Quadra Cat Rescue and Dogwood Veterinary Hospital team up for adoption success- Jan 2, 2012
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News Release September 2011
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Quadra Cat Rescue News Release August 2011
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Quadra Cat Rescue News Release June 2011
The QFCG is pleased to announce it has adopted the new working name of Quadra Cat Rescue.
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QFCG News Release April 2011
Quadra Feral Cat Group gears up for kitten and fundraising season
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QFCG News Release March 2011
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October 22nd, 2010 News Release
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March 22, 2010 News Release
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October 5, 2009 News Release
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May 18, 2009 News Release
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March 9, 2009 News Release
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Photos for our first news release of March 9, 2009 can be found on the Photos Page

2 year old spayed all white female cat needs a new home. Click HERE for more info.

LOST CAT. This message is from Bear's owner: "My little cat "Bear" is missing from 1391 west road (near the community garden). he is pretty small, had a little meow, and black with a little whitish patch on his chest. he is very social and purrs a lot and likes to fall over and show off his belly. he is short haired and was a bit tubby but has been missing since march 25th. he likes dogs. ha has tiny bits of fur that stick a bit up from the tips of his ears. we miss him a lot!" 

Adult cat looking for new home. Click on image below for more info!

SAMMY

Friendly adult cat named Sammy needing a home:
He is an elder guy, very friendly and easy to have around, basically was left behind when his owner moved away. He is white with orange and long-haired. More photos and info to follow. 
250-285-3686.

These two girls are looking for home sweet home! Click HERE for more info. 

Please click on photo for more info

Foster Homes Needed!

Looking for some mousers?

Quadra Cat Rescue is seeking a barn or property with suitable outbuilding for 3 cats.

They will be fixed, vet checked and vaccinated. Donations are always appreciated, however, the cats will be available at no cost to individuals who offer them the opportunity to live in a sheltered, rural environment where they will be fed daily.  

These cats were fed by a resident who has passed away and now the cats must be removed from the property. We need to find them a new place to call home soon.

If you have a property on Quadra Island that would be suitable for this trio, please let us know. 285-CATS (2287)

click HERE

LOST AND FOUND!

Quadra Cat Rescue now has a lost and found page for pets on Quadra! Click HERE to view.

Quadra Cat Rescue does not support the practice of declawing of cats. We have been asked by AdoptMe Canada to post a link to their anti-declawing campaign where a petition can be signed. Please click here to view it.

Contact:

Quadra Cat Rescue
P.O. Box 192

Heriot Bay, BC 
V0P 1H0
250-285-CATS (2287)

quadracatrescue@yahoo.com