Kingston Animal Rescue operates in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
As a small foster home based rescue, we do not have a shelter facility. All our animals are fostered in our volunteers' homes.
Do you have a question about our adoptable animals, fostering, volunteering or donating?
We would love to hear from you. As a small organization, it may take a few days to receive a reply to your inquiry. We will follow up as soon as possible.
We focus on last chance and at-risk animals. This means most animals in our care come from shelter situations or were found as strays. Most often we cannot assist with owner surrendered animals. We review situations on a case-by-case basis.
If you have a question or concern, please contact us.
NEED MEDICAL ASSISTANCE?
We are not veterinarians and cannot provide medical advice or assistance. If you have an animal that requires medical care, please contact a local veterinarian or if it is after hours: Kingston Regional Pet Hospital, 1382 Midland Avenue, 613-634-5370.
If you have an after-hours emergency with a rabbit or small animal, you may wish to contact Campus Estates Animal Hospital in Guelph, Ontario for guidance: 519-837-1214.
Clinics are listed here as resources only. All pet guardians must determine what is best for their animal and who they are comfortable working with. Listings should not be construed as endorsements by Kingston Animal Rescue.
HAVE AN INJURED WILD ANIMAL?
We cannot assist with wildlife rescue or rehabilitation. If you need help with a wild animal, please contact Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre immediately at (613) 354-0264 or visit their website.
Found a nest of baby bunnies? Please visit the Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre website to learn what you should do. If you have any questions, please contact Sandy Pines Wildlife Centre.