Pandemic pets lead to “pet regret” and significant domestic rabbit overpopulation. Kingston Animal Rescue under intense strain as pet rabbit surrender requests soar
Dylan was a stray with crusty and cloudy eyes. His coat was dull and scabbed, and he had a concerning upper respiratory infection.
Sometimes, we get cases with such diverse complexities that it seems impossible to overcome, but it is instances like these that remind us why it's worth investing in the wellbeing of every animal that comes to the rescue.
Adopted! We have a happy update on Rosy! She recovered well from her bone plate placement and has been spayed.
Blue's rescuer caught him wandering Bell Park, but seeing a domestic, young bunny in the wild was not the strangest part of this situation: all fou
Harper came into our care in 2014 when we saved him from euthanasia at a non-local shelter.
In late April we were alerted to a small dog running loose who looked like he really needed help.
Rex came into the care of Kingston Animal Rescue in June 2020 after we saved him from euthanasia at a non-local shelter.
KAR was busy over the weekend once again! We assisted with a spay/neuter weekend to help to stabilize a feral cat colony on Amherst Island.