NAfA produces 3 annual newsletters as a means to keep our supporters informed about our events, fundraisers, and all the work that our volunteers do to help animals. We also feature articles that highlight important animal rights related issues/stories. We hope you find our 2018 Summer newsletter of interest; please click the link below to… Read more »
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.
Female 1 year old Spayed Vaccinated/Microchipped & Dewormed
Niagara Action for Animals was called on by a community member for emergency financial assistance to help with a medical procedure for her cats. After some time, the woman made the difficult decision to surrender Storm to NAfA as she was no longer able to care for her and wanted the best life possible for sweet Storm.
Storm is a sweet, affectionate, and cuddly cat. Her foster mom says she is amazing with the foster's other animals (2 cats and 3 rats!). Storm isn't a huge fan of being picked up, but she loves to snuggle and gives kisses by "bopping" your face with her head in the sweetest way ♥
Storm would make an amazing addition to any home.
Storm is currently at our Global Pet Foods Adoption Centre (Portage Rd, Niagara Falls), if you would like to meet her in person!
Adoption fee is $50 and includes spay, vaccinations, microchip, and dewormer.
Adoption application: https://niagaraactionforanimals.org/catkitten-adoption-application/
In 2016, approximately 770 million farmed animals were killed in Canada for food. (Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, 2016)
In 2016, approximately 4 million animals were used in Canada for research, teaching, and testing. (Canadian Council on Animal Care, 2016)
Each year in Canada, over 3 million animals, including fox and mink, are raised on fur farms or trapped in the wild and killed for their pelts. (Statistics Canada, 2015)
1 in 5 cats and 1 in 8 dogs that enter shelters in Canada are euthanized. (Canadian Federation of Humane Societies, 2015)