Fronts Paws & Claws

The Kingston Frontenacs are proud to announce that we have partnered with the Kingston Humane Society to create the ‘Fronts Paws & Claws’ program.

The goal of the program is to promote responsible pet ownership, compassion and respect for all animals. Every week the Kingston Frontenacs will share information on an available pet for adoption, as well as any news that can help provide shelter and care for homeless animals within our community.

To stay connected with the Fronts Paws & Claws program, we suggest you follow us on social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter) and sign up for our Fronts Insider newsletter.


Featured Pet

Meet Adele

Meet Adele


Adele is the quietest and sweetest girl!

She hardly ever meows. She takes a while to trust new people but once she gets comfortable with you, she will want all the cuddles and pets. She likes to keep to herself, but is always down to cuddle. She loves to hide and get cozy. Her favourite place is under blankets when it’s cold. At one point her foster home thought she disappeared, but she was just hidden under her blankets!

She loves an enclosed cat bed, carrier, or anything like a den. She’s very curious and loves to explore. Even though she’s very low energy, she still loves to play. Her favourite toy is a mouse on a string. She can’t jump high because of her sore joints so a stool is handy for her to jump onto the couch or bed. She is well suited for a family with older children or someone who is willing to provide all the care that she needs (brushing, cleaning her eyes, and cleaning her hind end).

Her foster home believes she would do well in a house with other cats as long as they are not high energy as her kitten’s energy can be a bit too much for her at times. She also believes she would be perfectly happy in a house alone. Carpets would be a plus in a home to make walking easier for her. If you think you can provide the purrfect retirement home for this sweet girl, be sure to apply at!

Previously Featured Pet

6/15/2021 – Meet Chloe (Cat – Still Available)

6/8/2021 – Meet Nala (Cat – Still Available)

6/1/2021 – Over 100 Rats Need Homes (Rats – Still Available)

5/25/2021 – Meet Coconut (Rabbit – Still Available)

5/18/2021 – Meet Gemma (Dog – Adopted)

5/11/2021 – Meet Piggy (Cat – Adopted)

5/4/2021 – Meet Teddy (Cat – Still Available)

4/27/2021 – Meet Elly (Rabbit – Adopted)

4/20/2021 – Meet Bork (Dog – Adopted)

4/13/2021 – Meet Ord (Cat – Adopted)

4/6/2021 – Meet Farva (Dog – Adopted)

3/30/2021 – Meet Gabe (Rabbit – Adopted)

3/23/2021 – Zoey Pancake (Cat – Adopted)

3/16/2021 – Meet Bilbo, Nora and Dumbo (Rats – Adopted)

3/9/2021 – Meet Mossa (Dog – Adopted)

3/2/2021 – Meet Lily (Cat – Adopted)

2/23/2021Meet Crane (Dog – Adopted)



About the Kingston Humane Society




The Kingston Humane Society was founded in 1884 to provide shelter and care for homeless animals and investigate cases of animal cruelty in Kingston and surrounding communities. 

The Kingston Humane Society is a non-profit charitable animal welfare organization. They are supported solely by the community, receiving no government funding to assist with their mission.



The Kingston Humane Society is committed to advocating for and improving the lives of animals within our community.



A compassionate community where the well-being of animals is valued and respected.



Kingston Humane Society

1 Binnington Ct, Kingston, ON K7M 8M9

Kingston Humane Society 1 Binnington Ct, Kingston, ON K7M 8M9








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