Kittens, Alfie, Gemma, Jax And Tora – Have All Found Homes

Peaches kittens all now adopted. Oasis Animal Rescue, Oshawa, ON

UPDATE 14 February:

Alfie and Gemma have found a home together in Ajax. Their new owners, a young couple, are thrilled to welcome them and have stocked up on toys, treats, scratching posts and yummy food for the little ones.

Best wishes Alfie, Gemma and your new family, from all the supporters and staff at Oasis.

All of Peaches’ kittens have now found their forever homes. We’re so pleased for them all.

UPDATE 2 February:

Congratulations go out to Tora… her temporary foster home is now her forever home. She has been officially adopted and will be staying permanently with her new family and her brother Jax. All the best to you all from Oasis staff and supporters.

Alfie and Gemma are still looking for fab new families. For information about adopting Alfie or Gemma, please contact us at 289-385-6293 or scroll down for our online contact form.

UPDATE 29 January:

Jax has been adopted by a family of five (parents plus two children ages three and five and a young adult 22) in Oshawa. The family is also providing a temporary home for one of Jax’s siblings (Tora), so he will have lots of time to get used to his new home while still having the familiar companionship of a litter mate.

Kittens Alfie, Gemma and Tora are still searching for forever homes. For information about pet adoption, please telephone Oasis at 289-385-6293, or scroll down for our online contact form.


Original Text:

(Jan. 21) Gemma, Tora, Jax and Alfie are just eight weeks of age. They have been examined by the vet, de-wormed and given their first shots. They are ready for their new adoptive homes. (A fifth kitten – Rollie – has been adopted)

Peaches, their mother, is a beautiful reverse Calico who wandered into a local resident’s back yard a number of months ago. Thankfully he began to feed her and, to his surprise, was presented with five kittens in a short span of time. He lovingly cared for the little family until the kittens were deemed old enough to be weaned and placed up for adoption. Peaches herself has now been spayed and has been adopted by her foster carer.

Peaches' four kittens for adoption. Oasis Animal Rescue

Alfie. A kitten for adoption at

Alfie. Black and white male kitten
born late November 2013. – ADOPTED

Alfie. A kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue


Alfie. An adoptable kitten at Oasis Animal Rescue, Oshawa, ON


Gemma. A kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue, Oshawa, ON

Gemma. All black female kitten
born November 2013 – ADOPTED

Gemma. A kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue



Jax. A kitten for adoption,

Jax. Orange, male kitten
born late November 2013 – ADOPTED

Jax. A kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue


Tora, a kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue, Durham Region

Tora. Tortie shell female kitten
born late November 2013 – ADOPTED

Tora. A kitten for adoption at Oasis Animal Rescue


Rollie. Kitten adopted.

Rollie. Orange and white male kitten – ADOPTED.
Little Rollie is the first of Peach’s litter to find his
forever home. His new owners are a retired couple from Newcastle
who have had both dogs and cats in the past. Congratulations Rollie. Enjoy!


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