Adoptions (and our Adoptees)
We have no shelter, and rely totally on foster homes to house rescued cats.
Our adoption program saves the lives of many cats and kittens each year, while providing local cat lovers with healthy, spayed or neutered pets.
We make it a priority to take in pregnant moms, who tend to be in most need, and provide them with foster care. Before the mother or kittens are adopted out, we make sure all are spayed or neutered. The cats in our program are adopted into loving homes. We do not "euthanize" the cats in our care if they are healthy and adoptable.
Please spay or neuter your pets, so that incidences of unwanted cats are lessened, it is a loving act toward your cat, and toward future generations.
If you are a local cat lover who can provide a loving home to a healthy pet, please consider adopting from our program. 250-656-1100 or email@example.com
Please see our Adoptees
The Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Society was founded in the late 1960s. To learn more about our history, click here.
Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Adoption Program
Victoria Animal Control Services may have cats for adoption.
Please visit them at www.vacs.ca or call them at 250-414-0233
There are usually many cats available for adoption through our program. Our foster homes are safe, loving, temporary shelters to dozens of felines each year. Call us at 250-656-1100 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your donation helps us to provide our foster cats with the best care possible, and to fund spay and neuter programs that help reduce the number of unwanted cats in our city and surrounding areas. If you are a local cat lover who can provide homeless felines with secure, healthy, and loving foster care, please call us at 250-656-1100 or email@example.com.
If you can provide a loving home for a cat or a kitten, please consider adopting from our program. Our foster felines are healthy and in great need of responsible owners. Click here to view the pets we currently have available.
If you can provide a foster home to one or more rescued cats, contact us at:
We ALWAYS need foster homes!