About Adopting

We charge a $60 adoption fee which helps to offset the cost of care, veterinary care, first set of vaccinations and treatment with Revolution for fleas, ticks, most worms, and ear mites.


Here is a list of items that Keeping Cats Homed needs, any donation would be greatly appreciated and would go a long way to helping a kitten in need.

Apply to Volunteer

Are you interested in becoming a foster? Please be sure to read our Foster Agreement first! Fill out the application to apply to become a foster today.

Volunteers needed

Have you ever wanted to get involved with our program? Well now is the time to discuss with our members to see if there is something you might like to do to help.

We are now taking volunteer applications for fosters, transport, fundraising, admin duties, events, and more.

We will be available to answer any questions on Saturday, May 7, from 10am to 4pm at the St Eleanors Community Centre in Summerside and on June 4, from 12pm to 3pm at Global Pet Foods in Summerside.

There is a volunteer application on our website to submit an application. Please ensure you include as much information as possible about yourself, the community you reside, and what type of volunteer work that interests you. The more information the better. The deadline for applications is June 6th.

We are looking forward to another busy kitten season and replenishing our volunteer pool is vital for a successful year.

Please email keepingcatshomed@gmail.com if you have any questions.

Walmart Community Grant

Strengthening Communities

Panleukopenia Notice

Keeping Cats Homed has recently confirmed a case of Panleukopenia in a litter of kittens surrendered from a colony in West Prince. 

Panleukopenia (also known as Feline Distemper) is a very contagious disease that is often fatal in unvaccinated cats/kittens.  This case has been contained to one litter of kittens and is not an outbreak.  We are working closely with our veterinarian to ensure the kittens that have recovered continue to do well and that the disease is contained and will not spread to any unvaccinated kittens.  Thankfully we have protocols in place to protect our kittens and isolate disease such as in this case.  These protocols have been effective in preventing an outbreak. 

Due to the highly contagious nature of this disease, a deep clean of the area the kittens were kept will be done over the next couple of weeks and KCH will not be accepting any new kittens until the spring of 2022 when kitten season begins.  We feel this is the safest way to prevent any more illness.

There are still kittens in the program that will be posted for adoption once it is safe to do so and following the advice of our veterinarian.  Any kittens that have recently been adopted have not been exposed, they are protected by vaccines, and are not at risk of becoming sick with this disease.

Panleukopenia can be prevented with regular vaccinations.  KCH, following the advice of our veterinary team, strongly recommends vaccines at 8, 12, and 16 weeks of age and kittens in our program are not placed for adoption until they are protected by vaccines.  If you are a cat owner please ensure your cats are fully vaccinated as soon as possible to prevent any risk of your cat contracting Panleukopenia or other diseases.   This is a preventable disease.

If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us at keepingcatshomed@gmail.com

Thank you as always for your support and understanding.

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