The goal of Country Cat Sanctuary is no more homeless cats                  


There's much to see here. So, take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about Country Cat Sanctuary and all of our beloved felines looking for their forever homes. 

We hope you enjoy our site.

Country Cat Sanctuary is a registered non-profit charitable organization owned and operated by Gwen Thompson

Our lifesaving work needs you

What country cat does for homeless cats



By adopting a feline from Country Cat Sanctuary, you save two lives  - one by providing a forever home to a very deserving cat and two, by making more room for Gwen to save another cat.  In addition, you are adopting a cat that has been spayed or neutered; treated for internal and external parasites and is or will be vaccinated as part of the adoption fees. You can view all the adorable adoptable cats by clicking on ADOPT in the menu list above.  If you see one that you think might be just the perfect one for you, call Gwen to arrange a visit.  Gwen is here to help you find just the perfect match!

Permanent Residents - Sorry we are at Full Capacity

Country Cat Sanctuary is at full capacity so is unable to accept ferals or surrenders any longer.  Ferals are a life time commitment to care and due to this requirement and with a heavy heart, Gwen is no longer able to accept any additional cats such as ferals and/or surrenders due to the numerous reasons why they can no longer be cared for by owners. 

Daily Care and Nuturing and Lots and Lots of Food!

Country Cat Sanctuary is a 100% volunteer charity dedicated to addressing the plight of homeless cats in the Greater Ottawa-Gatineau area and  relies solely on donations.  All donations support our life-saving work. A list of items that would lovingly help the sanctuary are listed under "THINGS WE NEED" button above.

Rescue, Veterinary Costs and Medical Needs

Country Cat Sanctuary undertakes humanely trapping of homeless kittens and abandoned or stray adult cats, feeding and providing medical care for feral cats, curbing population growth through spaying and neutering and vaccinating; and educating the public on the compassionate treatment of homeless cats and responsible pet ownership through our Facebook page.