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Cats for adoption

  • Adoption fees
    Less than 5 years old : $650 From 5 to 7 years old : $500 8 years old and more : $400 HSI program: : $400 Humanitarian : donation of the amount of your choice
  • Adopsecure insurance
    Every year, there are new advancements made to veterinary care, and more treatments available than ever before. These treatments can be lifesaving but are also expensive. When the unexpected happens, Petsecure lets you focus on what’s important, getting your pet back to their happy healthy selves. We are a proud partner of Petsecure, a 100% Canadian owned and operated pet insurance company since 1989. Trial details: - Coverage up to $500 for accidents and illnesses - 80% coverage on eligible vet bills, less a $100 per incident deductible - 48-hour waiting period from the date your new pet goes home - A welcome package will be sent to you, including a personalized quote Benefits of converting to a policy - Uninterrupted coverage- no additional accident or illness waiting periods - No exclusions- any claims covered under your trial will continue under your policy - Coverage for life- for accidents and illness, dental, special coverage, wellness benefits and more! - No older pet tests- for senior pets adopted (cats over 10 and dogs over 8 years of age) Petsecure is dedicated to promoting responsible pet guardianship and caring for your pet’shealth and wellness and is pleased to provide a complementary six-week trial of pet health insurance foryour new pet. ​Petsecure believes you should have the freedom to make decisions about your pet’s medical care with your heart, not your wallet. If you have any questions, how to make a claim or to convert to a policy, please contact 1 800 268-1169 or info@petsecure.com.
  • Basic care included
    - General examination - Sterilization - Microchip - Snap 4DX - Basic vaccine + booster - Rabies vaccine - Leptospirosis vaccine + booster - Treatments against parasites
  • Special adoption program
    You'll notice that some dogs are identified with a small HSI Canada logo - they belong to our partner organization. However, it's our mission to get them adopted! The process is a little different for them, so don't be surprised if a member of their team contacts you.
  • Adopsecure insurance
    Every year, there are new advancements made to veterinary care, and more treatments available than ever before. These treatments can be lifesaving but are also expensive. When the unexpected happens, Petsecure lets you focus on what’s important, getting your pet back to their happy healthy selves. We are a proud partner of Petsecure, a 100% Canadian owned and operated pet insurance company since 1989. Trial details: - Coverage up to $500 for accidents and illnesses - 80% coverage on eligible vet bills, less a $100 per incident deductible - 48-hour waiting period from the date your new pet goes home - A welcome package will be sent to you, including a personalized quote Benefits of converting to a policy - Uninterrupted coverage- no additional accident or illness waiting periods - No exclusions- any claims covered under your trial will continue under your policy - Coverage for life- for accidents and illness, dental, special coverage, wellness benefits and more! - No older pet tests- for senior pets adopted (cats over 10 and dogs over 8 years of age) Petsecure is dedicated to promoting responsible pet guardianship and caring for your pet’shealth and wellness and is pleased to provide a complementary six-week trial of pet health insurance foryour new pet. ​Petsecure believes you should have the freedom to make decisions about your pet’s medical care with your heart, not your wallet. If you have any questions, how to make a claim or to convert to a policy, please contact 1 800 268-1169 or info@petsecure.com.
  • Adoption fees
    Under 5 years old: $350 5 to 9 years old: $275 10 years old and over: $150 Humanitarian: donation of the amount of your choice
  • Basic care included
    - General examination - Sterilization - Microchip - SNAP IVF / FeLV - Basic vaccine + booster - Rabies vaccine - Leukemia vaccine + booster - Treatments against parasites
  • Parterships
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  • What are general donations used for?
    By helping our organization with a general donation, you will contribute to the payment of all the expenses we don't necessarily think about, such as this website, accessories, food, etc.
  • Our values
    Our organization has a code of ethics and has 4 values to share with you: 1 - Transparency: Everyone has the right to know what's happening 2 - Communication: Is the key to a balanced volunteer team 3 - Compassion: Animals and humans deserve our support 4 - Solidarity: Unite to save innocent lives (they need you!)
  • Our missions
    1 - To rescue and care for dogs and cats that are abandoned or in need 2 - To find permanent homes for these animals if necessary (foster families) 3 - To recruit foster families to take in animals that are abandoned or in need 4 - To promote the importance of sterilization to reduce pet overpopulation 5 - To educate the public on the importance of responsible pet care
  • No to non-essential euthanasia
    Our mission is to provide medical assistance to animals in need, which, in most cases, will mean giving them one last chance. When do we accept medical aid in dying? When an animal will not be able to have a good quality of life in the long term, we stop before over-zealous treatment. What care do we provide? That’s quite simple; Mission Mayday’s dogs and cats will receive the same care as if they were our own pets. We will do everything we can to give them a fresh start, or a happy ending with their families.
  • Mayday - Our mascot
    Mayday’s story begins in the fall of 2021, when he was put up for sale on a classified ad site. Bought by a family with neither the knowledge nor the resources to properly care for a puppy, Mayday’s life was turned upside down in the space of a few days. Left alone in a room with a large dog, Mayday was found a few hours later severely injured, with one of his eyes coming out of its socket. His new family being unable to get him medical attention, he spent two days in this condition, without any care. ​ In order to control the pain, his family gave him medication prescribed for their other pets, causing intoxication, and putting his life in danger. Fortunately, they finally made the decision to surrender him... And this is how Mayday’s life was saved. Sadly, he lost his eye, but has no after-effects from his intoxication. After his surgery Mayday adapted to his new condition very quickly and this sad start in life hasn’t stopped him from living his life as a happy puppy! From his earliest age, his family made the (wise) decision to get insurance for him. So, should he get ill or injured, they’ll receive a certain amount to help cover his care. How about you, do you have insurance for your pets?​ The organization Stories like Mayday’s happen by the dozen in Quebec. The organization's mission is to give a second chance to animals like Mayday who are suffering, as well as expose these stories in order to raise awareness and educate people about adoption and the responsibility that comes with having a pet.

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Friendly reminder: a cat lives 15 years on average

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