Join Toronto Cat Rescue on Saturday, February 1st from 10am – 4pm for an adopt-a-thon with Wag on the Danforth in Toronto!
We will have a lots of cats and kittens waiting for their forever families to adopt them! Please come and adopt your new best friend today. Wag will be giving all adopters a free goodie bag!
Our adoption fee ensures that the cats that come into our care receive the medical attention they need, are spayed or neutered, vaccinated (and receive a rabies vaccination if age appropriate). Our fee also includes 6 weeks of free pet insurance.
Please welcome a new furry family member (or two!) into your home – they would love to be loved by your family. Let the purrs begin!
Adopt-A-Thon at Pet Valu Lawrence! Saturday, January 25th from 10am – 4pm! Grab your cat carrier and adopt, adopt, adopt!
The adoption fee ensures that the cats that come into our care receive the medical attention they need, are spayed or neutered, vaccinated (and receive a rabies vaccination if age appropriate). Our fee also includes 6 weeks of free pet insurance.
The New Year is upon us and with this we enter a season of resolutions that are likely to be forgotten in a month’s time. This year, don’t bother making a resolution you can’t keep. Adopt, and save a life instead! In fact, why not adopt a cat that is overweight and help him or her find a forever home and trim down their waist line. You’ll feel much better limiting someone else’s treats for a change!
During the month of January, adopt one of these overweight TCR foster cats for a reduced adoption fee of $100. Overweight cats require some extra care in that they must be on a portion-based high quality diet and they cannot have food left out for them at all times. You may need to find creative ways to get them to exercise, and time and patience is necessary during the process. All of these chubby cats promise to love you despite the diet!
Obesity in domestic pets is a growing problem in North America. TCR has seen a increasing number of cats returned to us years after they were adopted, often due to reasons easily linked to the cat being overweight with health problems such as diabetes or urinary tract infections. It can be extremely difficult to get a cat to exercise and lose weight, but it is such an important aspect of preventing health problems down the road.