Helping the Animals,
Making a Difference
What do we do?
Niagara Action for Animals’ mission is to advocate for all animals through education and community outreach. We envision a compassionate society that respects the innate worth of all animals.
Switching to a healthy vegan diet not only saves the lives of animals, it could save your own life, and the future of our planet.
Domestic Short Hair Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered. Female
Mab is a sweet girl who lives for pets and affection. She loves spending her days lounging on comfy beds or watching the world go by through a window. At first look it is obvious something is a little different about Mab’s lower lip but she’s been checked out by the vet and it is just an old injury that has healed on its own; so she will always have a perfect pout that does not cause her any distress!
Mab and her sisters and brother came to NAfA through a call for aid to one of our dedicated fosters; it was very sad situation. Her human mom became very ill and needed to go into hospice care. We were able to get the cats safe and into foster care.
Mab is not too fond of other cats that are not her siblings, and really doesn’t like dogs. Mab would do well in a home with someone who wants a love bug for company!
Mab is approximately 8 years old, she is spayed. With the help of Niagara Action for Animals she is up to date on vaccines and microchipped. She is ready to find a loving family!
Adoption fee: $100
If you are interested in adopting Mab please complete our adoption application.
In 2019, approximately 834 million farmed animals were killed in Canada as food. (Canadian Agri-Food Sector)
In 2019, approximately 4.5 million* animals were used in Canada for research, teaching, and testing. (*numbers are from CCAC accredited labs only)
In 2019, roughly 4 million* animals, are raised or trapped and killed for their pelts. (Animal Justice* the Canadian Government no longer offers stats)
In 2018, roughly 18% of cats and 12% dogs were euthanised, relative to intake in shelters. (Humane Canada)