The Kenora Cat Shelter is a non-profit, no-kill animal rescue for abandoned, stray, or surrendered cats and kittens. We run solely off donations and volunteers!
Look who's at Chow Time!
Hi, I'm Boo!
Walley was adopted! Yay! Now Boo is at Chow Time and looking for his forever home. This little guy is so sweet and playful. And he has a beautiful glossy grey coat that just begs for petting. Stop by to see him and maybe fill out an adoption application while you're at it. Boo will love you forever if you take him home.
Look who's at Petvalu!
Hi, We're Timmy and Terry!
Meet our next pair of youngsters looking for a home. Timmy and Terry are super loving affectionate cats. They love to get the attention and are friendly with anyone who stops by to say hi. So please give these handsome boys a visit and see if you might be the one to adopt them.
Click on the pictures of the cats for more information about them!
Our featured cat lives at Chow Time or Pet Valu until they find their forever home. You can stop by anytime to say hi and see if they are the perfect cat for you. Even if you are not ready for adoption, all of our cats would really enjoy some snuggles and love. Here are some of our Shelter Alumni who have found their forever home through Pet Valu and Chow Time adoptions:
The Kenora Cat Shelter was established in February 2003 when the local humane society was closed. With the loss of the humane society, a huge hole in animal rescue was created. Celynn Alcock recognized the need for a cat shelter and generously opened up her heart and home to the cats in desperate need of rescuing. Thanks to her dedication, compassion
and endless efforts, The Cat Shelter has saved over 2600 cats. But there is still so much more to be accomplished! With new intakes arriving every week, the cat shelter is overflowing with adorable, adoptable animals. Do your part! Submit an adoption application and adopt a cat. Volunteer at the shelter and brighten the lives of our current residents. Or make a donation – all money goes directly to improving the lives of the shelter cats.