Kingston Animal Rescue

Kingston, Ontario

Kingston Animal Rescue

We are a volunteer-run no-kill animal rescue dedicated to making a difference.

RESCUE: We rescue animals in need using a network of foster homes.

REHABILITATION: We provide all animals with proper veterinary care, housing and nutrition, spay or neuter, and a loving foster home for socialization and recovery.

ADOPTION: As a “no-kill” rescue, our animals stay in foster homes until adopted.

EDUCATION: We educate the public about animal issues such as: proper care, the pet overpopulation crisis, the need to spay/neuter, and the importance of adoption.

Kingston Animal Rescue is a registered charity. CRA registration number 83204 4802 RR0001.

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HOP Movie FUNdraiser and Think Beyond Easter

HOP Movie FUNdraiser

Sunday, April 13th 1:30-4pm
Sydenham Street United Church Upstairs at 82 Sydenham Street, Kingston

Hippity hoppity hop on down to our FUNdraiser dedicated to our furry friends. Join us for an afternoon of Easter crafts, face-painting, a screening of the movie HOP and, of course, lots of fun. We guarantee it! 

Admission is by donation and is cash only. Be sure to bring extra money for some yummy treats during the movie.

1:30 pm - Easter crafts and fun
2:30 pm - Movie screening

HOP (2011): Uninterested in following in his father's foot steps, E.B., the Easter Bunny's teenage son, heads to L.A. with dreams of becoming a drummer in a rock 'n' roll band. Starring: James Marsden, Russell Brand, Kaley Cuoco (Rated: PG)

Think Beyond Easter

Easter is just a few short weeks away and we'd like to remind everyone that bunnies and Easter don't mix! Rabbits require a lifetime of commitment and care (they often live 10+ years). Their needs are very specific and new guardians should do their research before deciding to add a bunny to the family. All too often, rabbits purchased at Easter end up abandoned just a few short months after, once the novelty wears off and their new family realizes what is involved in caring for a bunny.

Consider giving your child a stuffed bunny or chocolate bunny this Easter and start teaching them early on that adopting an animal should be a well thought out decision.

We're also thrilled that this Easter in Kingston, the new pet store ban prohibiting the sale of bunnies (along with cats and dogs) will be in effect!

For more info on Easter and bunnies please check out these great links:

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