I've visited there before. I found it to be a pretty good place but I didn't sign up at the time. While I was there I read about people trying to move a cat from Belleville Ontario to Alaska (I think). It was pretty impressive. I really wanted to help but I don't have a car right now. Anyway I just read a story about it in the Ottawa Citizen online. I thought that was really cool! I'd post the link but you have to be a subscriber to the paper so I'll include the story. It's not very long.
"'Crazy cat ladies' help feline home
FAIRBANKS, Alaska - A cat abandoned in Canada three months ago arrived in Fairbanks this week thanks to a Florida resident who donated 25,000 airline miles and $75 to transport her to Alaska.
After the cat was featured on a cat lovers' website, an international effort followed to rescue the homeless feline. The effort to move the cat to its new home in Fairbanks was dubbed Project Orange by members of an online cat discussion group and involved residents of Alaska, Michigan, Florida, Arizona and Ontario.
"I don't know, I guess we're all just crazy cat ladies," said Mello-Dee Simmons, a computer analyst from St. Augustine, Florida, who donated 25,000 airline miles and $75 to transport the cat. "It makes me feel good to help, even if it's just one cat at a time."
Fairbanks resident Catherine Harr, a 22-year-old mortgage loan processor, adopted the cat, a male she is calling Orange
The effort began when Orange wandered into the front yard of Pam Quinn, a college student in Belleville, Ont. and she began feeding him. Ms. Quinn had tried to place the cat at shelters in Toronto, but was unsuccessful. Ms. Quinn, who already has 10 cats, could not take him in --"I have way too many cats," she said. Instead, she posted Orange's picture on the cat enthusiasts' website."