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Meet our foster cats:

All of our foster cats are spayed or neutered prior to adoption, are vet checked (including a complete blood panel and FIV/FeLeuk screen), and are in excellent health unless otherwise specified. We have very few foster homes, and there are so many homeless cats... If you would like to adopt, or meet a foster cat in person, please phone us at 250-656-1100 or email us at Our adoption fee is $200.

We love these animals!
You could fall in love with them too! They all need loving, permanent homes...
and our thanks to those who have adopted an animal in need!

Brent and Oliver

Brent and Oliver
(Patiently awaiting adoption for 1 month & 5 days.)

These two beautiful 14 week old kittens are looking for a calm, loving home.
Oliver (left) is very outgoing and affectionate and just the sweetest kittens.
Brent (right) is a precious little guy who is a little on the timid side. He is loving and affectionate but does not like a lot of action and commotion.
He is best suited for an adult only home without a lot of people coming and going.
They are very fun, playful kittens who have had their vaccines and vet checkups.
They would love to find a home together if possible, and if not they would need another young friendly cat for companionship.

Please email for an adoption application or if you have any questions.

We have several beautiful kittens looking for loving homes.

If you are interested in adopting please email Kim at for an adoption application.


Shy Tabbies

Victoria Cat Rescue Corps is in need of a few patient foster homes to help some shy cats build trust and become adoptable!
(Patiently awaiting adoption for 1 year, 9 months & 1 days.)

These are lovely cats. They are not feral, but not relaxed enough to be ready for adoption. Are you able to:

Provide a safe, quiet space for them to adjust during the transition from our place to yours? A spare room would be ideal. A quiet household - these kitties are not suitable for small children and a lot of commotion. Are you comfortable with a cat that will be very shy at first, and might just need you to take him/;her treats a few times a day and quietly sit with them? They are used to a very big friendly dog, as well as other cats.

These cats are very loving once they settle - they just need more experience and one on one attention. It is very rewarding if you are patient and have time to work with them.

Please contact Kim at for further information!

Carlos and Tank

Carlos and Tank Have Been Adopted!
(Added: October 9, 2015)

This beautiful pair of gorgeous black cats were looking for a loving home together -

Tank and Carlos are approximately 3 years old. They are extremely affectionate and loving. They have good energy in that they love to play but are not overly energetic. Their ideal home would be a calm and peaceful home where they would have some safe outdoor access such as a cat run or safe area. They are neutered, micro chipped, FIV/Felv negative and very healthy. They are best suited for a home that likes to spend time with and interact with their cats as they like attention.

February of 2016

Clayton and Miss Ellie

Clayton and Miss Ellie Have Been Adopted!
(Added: April 9, 2015)

Clayton and Miss Ellie were looking for a peaceful, loving home where they could stay together -

Clayton was by far the most affectionate cuddler his foster parents have ever met. He's a lap cat to the 9th degree and would like to have a forever home where he will receive the love and kisses he craves. Miss Ellie, his partner in crime is also affectionate, but her adoptive parents will have to be patient and earn her trust. This will be fairly simple in a home where there is not alot of loud noises and busyness, where she can be gently encouraged to get over her nervousness and come to you. She is a loving cat who is very playful and has a wonderful personality that shines through when she trusts you. These two are a bonded pair and should be adopted as a couple, preferably in a home without small children. Clayton is approximately 4-7 years old and Miss Ellie is likely about 2. Their early years were spent living outside; now they have grown accustomed to enjoy the comforts of the indoors and have shown no interest in going outside since in foster care. They both like high spaces, Miss Ellie especially and would like to be given her own spaces in your home that are elevated if possible.

February of 2016


Jake Has Been Adopted! (Special Needs )
(Added: October 21, 2011)

Jake is a gorgeous short haired black and grey tabby 3yead old male tabby. He is extremely shy and needed a very patient, loving home who will let him take the time he needs to relax and unwind. He adores other cats, is good with dogs, but is shy extremely shy around people - therefore he was listed as special needs.

January of 2015

Tabby Boy
Tabby Boy Has Been Adopted!:
(Added: February 11, 2014)

This beautiful tabby boy was rescued after being dumped in a rural area. Poor little guy was terrified and hungry when we first got him. He has been in a fabulous foster home is in his forever home. He will take some time to adjust as the change will be a bit scary for him, but once settled he will be a very loving boy. He got along well with the dog in his foster home and was best suited for a home without small children.

January of 2015


Leon Has Been Adopted!
(Added: May 26, 2012)

Leon had had a very difficult life and was hoping to find a lifelong home where he would be treasured. Leon showed up at a feral feeding station and soon became friends with the person who feeds. This poor guy was most likely dumped and left to fend for himself over the miserable winter. When he was taken to the vet to be neutered, it was discovered that this poor guy had a very swollen, red mouth with several teeth that needed to be extracted. During the dental procedure, it was noted that he also had some fragments stuck in his gums and he is now feeling a lot better now that he is out of pain. Leon has recovered from this surgery and has found a fabulous barn home.

January of 2015


Soloman Has Been Adopted!
(Added: May 5, 2011)

Solomon was found in a rural area and was likely dumped by someone. He made it through a dreadful winter surviving on his own, though he was in sad condition when we trapped him. He was matted to the skin and had to be completely shaved, and he was extremely skinny.
Solomon is an absolute treasure and obviously was once someone's much loved cat, but has been severely traumatized by being abandoned.

He is shy with new people but was extremely affectionate with his foster mom who has now adopted him. He curls up with her and snuggles.

January of 2015


Sally Has Been Adopted!
(Added: August 7, 2013)

Sally lived in an industrial area raising kittens until the kind folks at the auto shop saw her and called for help. We were able to catch the current litter of kittens, and then Sally disappears. Almost an entire year later (and one cold winter) she was spotted and successfully trapped. She immediately bonded with her son, Jaxx (below) as he was still in foster care. She adores her son and would love to stay with him, but this was not necessary. She was very low maintenance as she did not like to be touched, but she loves to be near you.

March of 2014


Jaxx Has Been Adopted!
(Added: September 29, 2010)

Jaxx was a very loving and affectionate 2 year old male cat. Healthy and happy cat.
He was adopted with his mother, Sally (above) - who was very shy but deeply bonded with him.

March of 2014

Elliott Jr.

Elliott Junior Has Been Adopted!
(Added: August 7, 2013)

Elliott Junior is brother to Liza (below). He was adopted with her. Like Liza, he was very loving and affectionate but not comfortable with a lot of noise and action, so a home without children was a must for him.
He is going to be a large cat, he's very much maine-coon looking and may require some grooming. He was a lap-kitten and couldn't get enough attention!

February of 2014


Liza Has Been Adopted!
(Added: August 7, 2013)

Liza was approximately three months old.
She came from a feral colony but you would never know it.
She has happily adapted to indoor life, seeks human companionship, loves to cuddle.
She does still get startled by fast, unpredictable motions and was suited for a home without young children. She was happily adopted with her brother, Elliott Junior! (see above)

February of 2014

Mook and Naira

Mook and Naira have been adopted!
(Added: November 19, 2012)

Mook (orange female) and Naira (tabby male) had made huge progress in their foster home and were ready for a permanent home. Naira was a fabulous cat, who loves attention and is very affectionate. Mook was more reserved, but looks to Naira for her courage. These two adore each other and are deeply connected. We loved to see them go to a loving home, together. They will definitely be scared when they first moved, but are fun-loving adorable kittens who will blossom in their new caring environment.

August of 2013

Wallace Kittens

Wallace Kittens have been Adopted into the same home!
(Added: September 19, 2012)

All three Kittens have been adopted together!

Three beautiful kittens were available for adoption in October/November

These three beautiful kittens were rescued from a busy road and are quite shy/traumatized.
They had found a great foster home where they are getting lots of TLC and getting used to the sounds of being indoors and are making huge progress. They were best suited for a quiet home.

January of 2013


George has been Adopted!
(Added: November 20, 2012)

This guy was a fabulous cat. First thought to be a feral cat – he was rescued from near a Midas Muffler Shop when the caring staff called for help with a mom and kittens. George may have been the dad – who knows, but fortunately he walked into a trap. Neighbors later confirmed that this poor guy had lived on his own for at least four years, seeking shelter under an abandoned shed until the shed was demolished. He was very wild when first caught – and was going to be a candidate for a barn home if he was able to calm down a bit. Well...this poor guy was no feral cat – he is an absolute mush who loves to be carried around and will actually take his two front arms and hug you! He is very comfortable with dogs and hangs out with his foster mom’s Maremma and Collie! He is also comfortable with multiple cats. George is up to date on all his shots, and has tested negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia.

December of 2012


Charlie has been Adopted!
(Added: October 23, 2012)

Charlie was a two to four year old super friendly healthy male tabby searching for a loving home. Although he came from a background of neglect, he loved people and is very good with other cats. Dogs are an unknown as are small children so we were seeking a home with older children or adult only. He is up to date on all vetting and has tested negative for Feline Leukemia as well as FIV.

Charlie was cared for by the fabulous staff at Bosleys Royal Oak.


December of 2012


Sam has been adopted!
(Added: September 19, 2012)

This delightful boy was looking for a very loving home.
Sam is a 1-2 year old happy-go-lucky healthy, neutered male cat.
He fit into almost any household as he is extremely confident and has perfect cat social skills! He gets along well with dogs, cats, and people. He would prefer a without very young children but older kid would be fine as he loves affection and attention. He will jump on your lap and loves to play. He enjoys being outside in his foster-mom's enclosure but if you do not have an enclosed space he would do just fine indoors or on a harness and leash!

Sam was being cared for by the fabulous staff at Bosleys Royal Oak.

November of 2012


Gus has been adopted!
(Added: February 12, 2012)

Gus is a sweet, loveable 3 year old neutered male cat looking for a very loving home where he will get lots of love and attention. He was abandoned by his previous owners and has lived outside all winter long. He is so happy to be inside - and he is very happy to have regular meals. He still thinks every meal might be his last so he is very food-focused at the moment. This should change once he relaxes and knows that he will be fed and cared for.
Gus is up to date on all his shots, worming, and flea treatment. He has had his bloodwork checked by the vet and is negative for Feline Leukemia and FIV. He is very healthy and will be a lovely addition to your family. Best with adults or older children.

March of 2012


Simon has been adopted!
(Added: December 13, 2011)

Simon is a loveable, friendly outgoing 1 - 2 year old male cat.
He was dumped in a rural area and despite that trauma he is sweet, trusting, and affectionate.

He was neutered and given his shots, worming and flea treatment. He tested negative for FIV and feline leukemia.
He is healthy, happy, and very beautiful. The photo does not capture his striking looks!

February of 2012


Sadie has been adopted!
(Added: May 28, 2010)

Sadie was a very sweet, loving, five year old spayed tabby cat who was looking for a very loving home.
She is comfortable with dogs, cats, and gentle children. She is a very happy, adaptable cat.

June of 2011

Charlie and Brooke

Charlie & Brooke have been adopted!
(Added: September 29, 2010)

Brother and Sister who were looking for loving homes:

We had two black and white kittens, 4.5 months old looking for loving homes.  They are deeply bonded and it would be great if they could go in a pair, but this is not a requirement.

These kittens were dumped in a busy industrial area by a very cruel and careless individual.

They suffered tremendously as it took close to a month to locate and trap them as they were running in terror trying to find a safe place, which was scarce in a busy area full of dangers.   Fortunately someone near Walmart saw two of these little guys and called for help they were surviving on scraps of food and living in a ten foot high pile of tires behind a very busy car lot.  It is truly amazing that they lived.  What is hard to imagine is that these kittens had obviously lived in someones home as they clearly were not born outside - they are familiar with house sounds and people.  Although they are still fearful of new situations, they will blossom with a little time and will purr and enjoy cuddling.

They had been to the vet and have had their first exams, shot, worming and a flea treatment.  The vet felt that they are very healthy despite their terrible experience.

They have found a permanent, loving home so they will never have to suffer again. 

June of 2011


Domino has been adopted!
(Added: September 29, 2010)

Domino is a delightful, affectionate, laid-back ten month old neutered male kitty who was looking for a loving, responsible home.

He was caught in a live trap as part of a feral colony, though he is anything but feral!  Sadly no one ever came looking for him.  He was very, very thin and very neglected.

He has a fabulous temperament and a very gentle soul.

He is up to date on all vaccines, worming, and flea treatments.  He has also been tested and is negative for FIV and Feline Leukemia virus.

Domino  craves attention and deserves a new chance at life with a caring person as he has been fending for himself for some time.

He is a fantastic cat with a great personality.  

April of 2011


Vanessa has been adopted!
(Added: September 23, 2010)

This darling young girl had recently come into our care. She had been fending for herself outdoors - along with her four kittens. She found a caring person and brought her four little kittens onto their deck looking for food. They called us for help and we were able to trap mom and all four kittens - which is great because she was already surrounded by the local tom-cats and would be trying to survive in the cold weather with yet another litter.

Vanessa was been spayed, vaccinated, flea/worm treated and tested negative for FIV and Felv. She started to blossom with very good nutrition and rest. She is very shy (but calm) and not feral.

She is a gorgeous chocolate color and appears to be a Siamese mix.

April of 2011

Cher & Cindy

Cher and Cindy have been Adopted!
(Added: July 20, 2010)

Two beautiful spayed sisters, 1 year old, healthy and happy and deeply bonded to each other.
They needed a quiet home without small children. Cher (tortie) is very loving and seeks attention. Cindy (tobie/tabby) is more reserved but is coming around with time and patience. They were placed together as they do not like to be far from one another.

September of 2010


Scooter has been Adopted!

Scooter is a delightful 7 month old neutered male kitten looking for a loving home.
He has a beautiful temperament...playful, trusting, loving and outgoing.

He would not be happy living as an only cat so is looking for a home with another feline friend.
He is good with dogs and loves other cats.
Best suited for older children or an adult home.

September of 2010


Sammy has been Adopted!

Sammy is a 1-2 year old female torbie who was rescued after being abandoned at a city apartment building.
She is a very easy going, affectionate cat who would love to have a family of her own. She has no issues...she uses her litter box 100% of the time, and loves to cuddle. She will make an awesome addition to most household, although younger children might be too much for Sammy.

December of 2009


Mimi has been Adopted!

This mother cat has had a very tough life before she was recued from the industrial area in Langford.
She was abandoned in a very busy shopping area where she was seen with two little kittens. Cat Rescue was able to rescue mom and one of her little kittens, but sadly the second kitten did not survive.
Shortly after coming into foster care, the vet discovered the Mimi was ready to deliver another litter of kittens.
She barely finished weaning her last litter before deliving four beautiful kittens who will be available for adoption soon. Needless to say, this has been very hard on her though she is a fabulous mom who gives her kittens a lot of love and attention. She is just over one year old so still very much a kitten herself.

October of 2009

Cher & Ingrid

Cher & Ingrid, Ingrid has been Adopted!

Cher were looking for a very loving and patient home.
Both girls were rescued from the outdoors. They have come a very long way and are now craving attention and exploring with confidence.
They are five months old and still very playful and kitten-like.
Ingrid has medium hair and Cindy is short-haired. Both girls have stunning markings and sweet temperments
They were suited for adult-only homes and adore other cats and dogs.

October of 2009

Amazing kittens looking for great homes!

Amazing kittens looking for great homes have all been Adopted!

These four kittens were born in foster care and are loving, curious and happy-go-lucky. They have known nothing but kindness and comfort...they have been raised on veterinary kitten diets and are bursting with health! They were very large kittens right from birth and have been fondly referred to as "the quarterbacks" by their foster family. They have just turned ten weeks and are ready for their new homes. They have had their first vet check and shots. Their mother, Mimi, is also available for adoption. The adoption donation to Cat Rescue Corp will also cover their spay and neuter at six months. They were raised in a family setting with a small dog and several other cats. None of them are suitable for homes with no other cats who work all day as they would be far too lonely and bored. They will need another friendly female or could be adopted with one of their siblings or their mother. Teddy is the largest and boldest of the group. He is definately the "leader of the pack" Ms. Trouble is right behind him and is a real little comedian and has been adopted! Shylo is more reserved but still quite engaging and curious and is just pure sweetness. Ghosy is peaceful, quite, and plays more cautiously. He has a very soft soul and is quite sensitive. He and Shylo are still very bonded with their mother but are showing more independence daily. They would both need a quieter, adult home.

May of 2010

Last Updated: September 12th, 2019

In the last 19 years, we have helped Buster, Smudge, Gargoyle, Leah, Cloudagh, Simbalina, John Boy, Isabelle, Levi, Chester, Dhillon, Bronco, Minnie, Felix, Puff, Buffy, Tiny Mites, Bones, Cinder, Oscar, Angel, Hannah, Dude, Patches, Alaska, Patti, Black Cat, Sasha, Minou, Orphan, Annie, Samantha, Thomas, many more adult cats, and dozens of kittens find loving homes!


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