2023 SNKI Alumni

As we embark on the journey into 2024, we’d like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all who contributed to making our work possible throughout the past year! Spay Neuter Kingston Initiative (SNKI) operates entirely on the dedication of volunteers. Despite juggling full-time commitments, our team members passionately contribute to SNKI because we genuinely love […]

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2022 SNKI Alumni
Collage of 26 adopted cats

We are excited to congratulate 26 SNKI Alumni! These amazing kitties found their FURever homes and we couldn’t be more excited! We had a special pair who had a large following, Mr. Ash & Rip who would have been with us nearly one year, find that PURRfect family! It was a great way to end […]

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The Flintstone Crew
Successful trap

Our colony caretakers were hard at work trapping. These beautiful kittens are now safe inside and will be spayed/neutered and forever homes found! The feral mama has also been caught, spayed and will no longer have babies. We refer to these kittens as the Flintstone crew, having been named by draw from our social media […]

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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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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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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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