Microchip Clinic Registration
Microchipped

Welcome to Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative (SNKI)’s microchip clinic registration form. Date:          The 2020 microchip clinic was cancelled due to COVID19. We are working behind the scenes to host a microchip clinic in Spring or Summer of 2022. Location: TBA It’s here! Our next microchip clinic will be rescheduled due to […]

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Mama Toots finds her forever home!
Mama Tootsie

We are beyond excited to share that Mama Toots has been adopted! This may come as a bit of a surprise as she wasn’t up for adoption, but when Tootsie’s foster mom asked to become her forever mom we couldn’t say yes fast enough. Meagan, who took Tootsie in last year, initially wasn’t even able […]

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2021 SNKI Statistics

As the pandemic continued, we were still hard at work supporting and caring for our managed feral colonies and the new arrivals and many kittens! 2021 was a difficult year, but we persevered and our work continued; here is an overview of the animals we helped: # of Cats Fixed: 44 # of Cats/Kittens Adopted: […]

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So many adoptions!

We are so excited to share that in 2021 we had SOO many kitties go to their furrever homes… a total of 61 adoptions! Congratulations to all of the families who have grown by 4 little paws (or 8 in some cases!) A very warm congratulations to: Parmesan; Dill; Basil; Piper; Peppa; Rosemary; Charlie; Penne; […]

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Supporting the Bath Institution Feral Cat Colony

In 2010, SNKI started the TNVR (trap/neuter/vaccinate/return) program with the Bath Institution Feral Cat Colony as the first colony. SNKI stepped in to help as these cats were slated to be euthanized; due to a successful and intense media campaign, this colony was saved! The colony was stabilized, all cats spayed/neutered and continues to be […]

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Amherst Island Rescue Mission

Flash back to summer of 2020 where we had the pleasure of working alongside many rescues and amazing volunteers in a large volume spay/neuter effort on Amherst Island. Only 7 cats returned to the colony. Several went to a barn program and others are in care with Kingston Animal Rescue. It was a VERY job […]

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2020 SNKI Statistics

We were busy in 2020 pandemic and all! We were working diligently to stabilize a few of our existing colonies which has brought many kittens into our Foster & Adoption program. We had many new arrivals in these colonies and here’s an overview of the cats we helped: # of Cats Fixed: 65 # of […]

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2019 SNKI Statistics

We were busy in 2019, here is an overview of the animals we helped: # of Cats Fixed: 291 # of Cats/Kittens Adopted: 84 # of New Colonies: 40 Big (15) Small (25) # of Cats Returned to their Colony Caretakers: 73 # of Cats/Kittens Taken into Foster Care: 91 # Cats/Kittens still under the […]

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Update on Kingston’s Feral Cat Crisis
Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative

Kingston’s Feral Cat Crisis and SNKI’s Role There’s been a lot of media attention recently about Kingston’s feral cat crisis which we think is a great thing. Due to increased queries and questions concerning SNKI’s role in stepping down from managing the city’s TNVR program, we felt it important to offer a few clarifications. The […]

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SNKI 2018 STATS

2018 Stats for Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative. # of Cats Fixed: 246# of Cats/Kittens Adopted: 86# of New Colonies: Big (5) Small (26)# of Cats Returned to their Colonies: 152# of Cats/Kittens Taken into Foster Care: 94 Amount spent by City of Kingston: $15,386.52. ($10,000 transferred to voucher program in November of 2018). Amount spent by […]

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