Welcome to VictoriaCatRescue.com
We are located in Victoria, BC Canada, and offer several programs to
assist local cats and cat owners.
If you would like to know more about our background, please read the history
of our society.
We are a 100% volunteer-run, registered non-profit society. We receive no government support,
and we do not use our financial resources to assist local governmental animal control agencies.
Our objectives are to:
Reduce the stray population by promoting spaying and neutering, and assisting low income pet owners with spay and neuter costs.
Operate TNR, Foster, and Rehabilitation programs as resources permit.
Educate toward responsible pet ownership.
Please join us at our annual classic Strawberry Tea and Bazaar on Saturday, June 15, from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. It’s being held at Knox Presbyterian Church, 2964 Richmond Rd, Victoria (same place as usual). And yes, local strawberries will be available for our delicious strawberry shortcake. There will be lots of bargains on the rummage tables, as well as books, jewelry, crafts, and baking. Who knows what you’ll find? It’s our major fundraiser of the year and we’re looking forward to seeing you!
If you would like to know what we have been doing, please check out our Newsletters.
One of our members is selling “Best Friends Fur Life” t-shirts and donating $5 from each sale to The Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Society. Please see our “How to Help” page for more information.
We are looking for skilled crafters and sewers who would be willing to make items to sell at our crafts table at our Teas and Bazaars. If you are interested in helping out, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 250-656-1100.
Contact Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Society by
calling: (250) 656-1100 or
or the mailing address at the bottom of this page.
*If you are a compassionate veterinarian who can help our spay/neuter/medical programs, please email us or call 250-656-1100. Thank you!
Donations to Victoria Cat Rescue Corps Society are tax deductible.
on donating, and other ways you can help, please visit our How
to help page.