What you need to know...
All cats, kittens, dogs and puppies are vaccinated, wormed, treated for fleas, etc. as needed. You will receive a health record to take with you when you adopt. Please bring a leash for puppies and dogs and some sort of carrier for kittens and cats.

Adoption Rates
Cats (mature): $65
Kittens: $140*
Dogs/puppies (neutered/spayed): At staff discretion - please call
Small animals (rabbits, mice, rats, etc.): At staff discretion - please call

*Kitten adoptions include a $100 reimbursement to be given to the adoptor after proof of spay/neuter at the vet of your choice. The spay/neuter MUST be done within 6 months of adoption to qualify for the reimbursement. At the time of adoption you will receive a reimbursement slip attached to the cat's the medical records. After your cat is spayed/neutered, please contact Anne at 613-847-3243 to book an appointment to collect your reimbursement. You must bring/surrender the reimbursement slip (proof that the spay/neuter was done within 6 months) AND proof of the spay/neuter (medical record and/or receipt from your vet).

At this time, we accept CASH OR CHEQUE ONLY. Please ensure you have adequate cash when you come to adopt

“Seniors for Seniors” Program
We know that older cats often have a hard time finding new homes, and so the LHS has developed a program to match older cats with seniors in the community. Seniors are eligible to adopt a senior cat (found in the “Older Cats” album) for free! We even have incentives for seniors who would like to adopt a cat but have financial limitations - these incentives can be discussed at the time of adoption. These older cats make great companions and still have lots of love to give to their new owners.