Grand Bend Kittens

Meet the Grand Bend Kittens


June 21 2023

A litter of 4 kittens was brought to our doorstep. These babies were found in a field in Grand Bend, no momma in sight (we presume the worst happened 😔). As you know we are at capacity. We really need some assistance with these babies. At a minimum these four week old babies need KMR food, eye antibiotics, flea treatment, dewormer, and we anticipate other expenses to pop up for them as well. Down the line they will also of course need vaccines and to get fixed. All of the money raised will go directly to their medical expenses! Thank you so much for your help. We couldn’t do this without you.

Please don’t drop off any found cats/kittens at the listed address. This is someone’s home – not a general shelter. We ask that you call or email us first to see if we have the space and resources to be able to take in any kitties.


Help us name the kittens! $5 to submit one name, $10 to submit 3 names.

To make a name suggestion go to:

Donations accepted via e-transfer ( or Canada Helps

Thank you!


July 4 2023

It’s with broken hearts that we share our Sir Isaac Mewton crossed the rainbow bridge on the way to vet emerg, lovingly held and wrapped in a blanket. He is remembered as one of the cuddliest kittens his fosters have ever met, calling loudly the moment he saw his hoomans to be held. He was a tough cookie who battled his illness for a couple of weeks with lots of medications and frequent vet visits. Even though he didn’t have as much energy as his siblings and couldn’t gain weight he still loved to play. He was his normal self on Tuesday evening, then all at once he was fading fast- gone by 11pm. We will hold you in our hearts little buddy 💙


July 9 2023

Charlotte and Hope are doing very well! These two girls have really bonded. Both of them are putting on weight and are energetic, spunky kittens. They are being monitored closely and given medication to manage their mild diarrhea. We are seeing nothing but improvements. We, the fosters, and the vets are all confident that their diarrhea is not caused by the same illness that took their siblings – there are multiple notable differences. They are really bringing comfort to the foster family and helping them to heal as much as the fosters are healing them. We are not quite ready to post them for adoption yet. When we do, they will go to their furrever home as a pair.


July 31 2023

We are now accepting applications for Charlotte and Hope!
These sweet girls have been through so much but they are ready to go to their furrever family. If you are interested please give us a call at 226-578-0115.

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