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  • How can I adopt?
    We begin accepting adoption applications when kittens are 6-8 weeks old and more stable. You can find more information about our adoption process and a list of adoptable cats/kittens on our Adopt page.
  • Can I reserve a kitten?
    No. We do not allow people to reserve kittens. Those interested in adopting must apply by filling out our adoption application when there are kittens available for adoption. More information can be found on our Adopt page.
  • Why do you recommend adopting pairs?
    Kittens are social animals and do better in pairs! They learn how to behave properly, keep eachother company and they also help each other burn off their extra energy! You're also saving 2 lives instead of 1!
  • What is your adoption range?
    Our adoption range is 2 hours from Cornwall, ON. In Canada.
  • When can I fill out the adoption application?
    We begin accepting adoption applications when kittens are about 6-8 weeks old and more stable. Please keep an eye out for the announcment posts by keeping up with our social media pages.
  • Can I still adopt if I live outside of your adoption range?
    No. Our adoption range is set in place to limit travel for kittens and their adoptive families. If you're outside of our adoption range we encourage you to check out your local rescues and animal shelters.
  • How was Tiny but Mighty Kitten Rescue created?
    Mellissa, the President and Founder of Tiny but Mighty Kitten Rescue was a volunteer for the OSPCA in Cornwall, Ontario. Each weekend she volunteered, she would notice tiny kittens being brought in and the staff would simply put them in a room and close the door. After witnessing this multiple times, she inquired about what was going on and was told they were euthanizing them. Mellissa tried everything and offered to foster those tiny kittens as well as fully fund their care but was denied, multiple times. She decided to take matters into her own hands and in April of 2017, Tiny but Mighty Kitten Rescue was created!
  • How can I volunteer?
    We will be building our volunteer team as soon as it is safe to do so in this pandemic. We will be looking for reliable people to assist with our bottle drive, trapping cats, transporting to the vet, etc. If you are interested in volunteering please keep an eye out for more info.
  • How can I watch the documentary, Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall?"
    Running Wild: The Cats of Cornwall is available on Youtube. It is only available in Canada at this time. Watch here:
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