Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Current Events

All Community Engagement and Fundraising Events help to support our mission of rescuing and rehoming cats and kittens.​

There are many ways we engage with the Community and host Events to raise funds for the shelter. Check out our current events and fundraising activities to see how you can get involved in our great cause!

  • O Canada 50/50 Draw! [URL] The countdown is really ON – only a few DAYS LEFT!
    Someone is going to win half the jackpot…could be YOU!🫵
    Cutoff is Midnight June 30, with the draw Live at Noon, July 1.
    Tickets are $10 each, 4/$20, 20/$50 or the best price 100/$100.
    Click the URL and get your tickets today!! Don’t wait!
    Thank you so much for all your support!

  • Tails to Tell CASINO Fundraiser – July 29 & 30 – details to be added soon! 

  • Cat Rescue is The New Sexy – T-Shirts for Sale! [See blog for details]

  • Get Cooking! Tails to Tell Cookbooks for Sale! [see Blog for details]

  • Online Auction: This Facebook event, which ran from Sept 25 – Oct 2nd @noon, is completed. Please pick up the items you won!

  • A Tribute to Elton John, Oct 2023 – Crossfield Hall – A Rocking Good Time was had by all, and we have already started planning for 2024!!

  • December 2023: 50/50 Draw (Completed) – Ring in the Mew Year tix Nov15-Dec31 [URL]

New Facility

Our dream is (for a millionaire cat lover to come along and help us) to move to a larger facility were we can better accommodate the needs of our shelter cats.

Some of the needs are independent socializing rooms for working with stray and feral/scared cats, quiet rooms for nursing moms and newborn kittens, designated medical rooms with quarantine abilities, meet and great rooms for adopters and better laid out communal cat rooms with windows and lots of natural sunlight for better enrichment. Maybe even a catio to allow the cats some fresh air in a safe and contained area.

We need properly designed storage space, a commercial laundry room and updated electrical and plumbing with proper heating/ventilation in the building.

While the kitties may or may not be keen, a larger facility could also mean we expand our operations to take in stray dogs.

We would love to have a designated volunteer room, an office space and an area where we can host training or educational events. It is a blue sky wish that our Little Shelter on the Prairies could even become a site where veterinary technicians and would-be vets can be supervised and complete their training.

Included in this dream would be to have onsite veterinarians and better equipment and kennels.

As you can see this is a very big dream and we can only achieve it with your help.

If you are interested in helping, donating or sponsoring please reach out to us.

To become a donor simply visit our donations page.