As an animal rescue organisation, Toronto Cat Rescue has been included as an essential service in the current State of Emergency:
71. Businesses that provide for the health and welfare of animals, including veterinarians, farms, boarding kennels, stables, animal shelters, zoos, aquariums, research facilities and other service providers.
So we have made plans for how we can keep moving forward in the new normal. We know how important our companion animals can be to our mental health, especially when isolated, so we will be moving forward with limited adoptions while adhering to very strict procedures for the health and safety of everyone. Please watch the video below from our Executive Director to learn more.
For our full response to COVID-19 you can see that here
Every day, regardless of what is going on in the world, cats and kittens need our help. Today is no exception, and with your help we can help save sweet Faith and her baby, Hope. Sadly, they made their way to us after mama was attacked by a male cat. Faith will need medical care, food, and most importantly a loving home to raise her baby. And we are here to give them a safe place to bond and grow.
Providing essential medical care is expensive. We are always looking for alternative ways to provide food, and litter for the cats in our care. But health care is our greatest expense. A donation of $125 will provides basic healthcare for one cat, but any amount will help.
We know that many people are struggling and unsure of what the future will bring. But if you can give, even a little, we desperately need you today.
We are so thankful for you all 💕💕
PHOTO: Faith and baby Hope will not be available for adoption at this time while they heal and grow
2020 has started out a very challenging time for our communities, here and abroad. It’s hard to know where to turn for the right information and not be overwhelmed by what we see and hear on the news. But one thing we can always depend on, is the love and security that our companion animals give us in times of difficulty.
And that’s why our fosters, and all our volunteers continue to stand up everyday to rescue cats in need and get them into loving homes…cats like Giselle.
Giselle came to us from one of our partners just in time – found wandering out in the cold, with frostbitten ears and what we eventually discovered, a broken tail. Despite some tough times, she was still sweet and trusting.
Acting quickly, she has now had her tail amputated and is recovering well in foster – thanks to the sustainable support of our monthly donors.
DONATE TODAY – http://bit.ly/2QjfXSP
Just $10 per month is enough to cover a neuter, vaccinations and flea & tick prevention for one cat at a low cost clinic. Hundreds of cats move through our program and you’ve made sure this one is ready for adoption into a loving home. You’re a cat crusader! http://bit.ly/2QhVC09
Learn more about Giselle’s story and how to become a monthly donor http://bit.ly/2w9gnV6