Country Cat Sanctuary

Unadoptable Cats Needing Sponsorship

Over the years, Country Cat Sanctuary has become home for many of the rescued cats and kittens. Most of the cats on this page will never be adopted into a new family or home.

Some have experienced the trauma of surviving in the wild after being abandoned and left to starve. Some have gotten out on their own and gone wandering, only to become confused and lost. Many were born feral in the wild. Some have been sadly abused. These are the Country Cat Sanctuary home cats, being cared for by our organization on a permanent basis. If you, your business, or your company would like to help out by donating to the care of one of these cats on a sponsorship basis, please contact us.

Mr. Max

He was born approximately in the year 2008. A street cat which was fed by a good Samaritan and when she noticed he was badly injured the attempts were made to get him in. Meanwhile his injuries are healed and he has been neutered and health checked. Unfortunately he has FIV and he would be needing a special home where he can live with another FIV cat or a home with no cats. If you have already a FIV cat and need a buddy or want only one cat Mr. Max is waiting for you. He is on the way loving the pampering and being petted and occasional hiss is all what he does. A patient and loving heart who will give him his space in the beginning is what he is looking for to spend his remaining years in a family environment.

May 1th, 2016

January 9th, 2017

Sponsored for one and a
half years by:
Zombie Walk for Hunger
Almonte, ON


Born in 2004 this beautiful black cat is with us for the duration.. he is friendly and enjoys human contacts and pettings. Unfortunately he has developed Diabetes and he is on daily insulin shots twice a day. He still in good shape and has his circle of friends to play when he is not resting and having a me moment.

January8th, 2016

January 9th, 2017

Jasper is being sponsored for one year by Joan Johnston in memory of all the cats she has loved during her long life.


3 year old long haired Tortie.


January 25th, 2017

This cat has been sponsored for six months by Janet Adamson.



She is a long haired tortie and is getting a little more excepting of people


February 9, 2015


May 8th, 2016

Regan is being sponsored for one year by Donna in honor of her Mother as a Mother's Day present.



Born in 2004

He is with us for a long time and seems to be getting along with the feline residents. Probably feels comfortable in his environment and will be living with us till the end of his natural life.


January 17, 2012


May 30, 2016

This cat is being sponsored for one year by Joan, in memory of all the cats she has loved over her long (70 years) life.