Buy The Book

rue2Calling all lovers of literature! On Saturday, September 6th, a huge book sale will be taking place in support of Toronto Cat Rescue. 100% of all proceeds will go directly to the cats/kittens in our care.

Wide array of books to choose from with:
– Hardcover $2.00
– Softcover $1.00

When: Saturday, September 6th
Where: 290 Birkdale Road, Scarborough (backyard)
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Run Or Walk For The Cats!


stwmlogo_printDo you love cats? Are you an enthusiastic runner, jogger, or walker? Join the Toronto Cat Rescue (TCR) team at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon October 19th, and help save a life! This will be our fifth year participating in this event, during which time it has evolved into our largest annual fundraiser!

Last year, the TCR team raised just under $23,000, directly impacting the lives of hundreds of cats rescued from situations of abandonment, neglect, and imminent euthanasia. This year, the team hopes to help save even more lives by raising $30,000, and you can make it happen!

Join the team today by filling out the below form. 

Everyone on the TCR team will receive a free t-shirt, and you will receive a reduced charity rate on the entrance fee.

Not a marathon runner? Don’t worry! Most of the TCR team participates in a 5K walk/run, so cat lovers of all levels of fitness are encouraged to join!

Click here to make a pledge to our Scotiabank Team or participant, help save cats.

Happy & Joy!

happyjoyMeet HAPPY & JOY! Adopt one, or both, of these adorable brown tabbies! The girls are already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats, DOB June 20, 2013.

Sisters Happy and Joy got their names because from the minute they walked into their foster mom’s home that is what they have given to her. Just looking at their faces makes their foster mom feel happy and full of joy! They are both so cute and small and playful that life just seems like fun to them.

Joy and Happy were rescued from a rural property where they were living outside with a small colony of cats. They were both very social so when they were trapped to be spayed it was decided they should be brought into a TCR foster home in order to get adopted rather than being returned to their former outdoor life.

UPDATE: The girls have been adopted TOGETHER!!