Toronto Cat Rescue

Adopt-A-Thon Saturday: 3 locations


Make Saturday, July 23rd a Caturday to remember! Join us in-store for adopt-a-thons at Wag on Danforth: Toronto, PetSmart: Cambridge and PetSmart: Waterloo! Kittens, kittens, kittens, plus adorable adult cats will be there waiting to meet you. They are all seeking loving forever families, so please adopt, adopt, adopt!

Our adoption fee at the event only is $100 (vs. the standard $175 adoption fee) for cats and kittens over 8 months of age, and $175 for kittens under 8 months of age – payable by cash only. Our fee includes: spay or neuter, vaccination (receive a rabies vaccination, if age appropriate) and includes 6 weeks of free pet insurance. For City of Toronto residents, the adoption fee includes a mandatory City of Toronto cat license that is valid for one year.

Wag On The Danforth, Toronto: 1918 Danforth Ave / (647) 349-8263 / 10am – 4pm / Petcurean (makers of NOW & GO) are giving out goody bags to each adopter!

PetSmart Cambridge: 600 Hespeler Road #68b / 519 621-9696 / 10am – 5pm

PetSmart Waterloo: 663-E Erb St. West / 519-725-7047 / 10am – 5pm

REMEMBER: When you adopt a kitty from Toronto Cat Rescue you save two lives; the one you adopt and the one you make room for!

The lovely cats pictured are Bella and Bambi – both will be at Wag waiting for you!

Help For Lolly Needed


Lolly Update: Thank you to everyone who donated to Lolly’s care – you are all awesome! We have good news to share. Lolly is ready to be moved into a foster home! She will need another 4-6 weeks of cage rest while her broken paw heals. She is eating on her own, is gaining weight and is no longer in pain.

linelollyThis past week, our volunteers have had another terrible reminder of the dangers that balconies pose to cats.  Lolly, a one year old female Maine Coon, fell from a 15th story balcony, lacerated her leg, broke her front paw, and dislocated her jaw.  Her owners were not able to afford the care she needed.  She was surrendered to Toronto Animal Services and transferred to TCR to continue care. Please help TCR with Lolly’s care by making a donation.

Because of these very serious injuries Lolly sustained, she has been unable to eat on her own and needed a feeding tube inserted to help get her the nutrition she needs. Pain management has been difficult for the vets as Lolly’s injuries are so complex and severe. Several vets were consulted on her care and she was transferred to the Veterinary Emergency Clinic (VEC) for surgery with a specialist.

Lolly is still in the care of the VEC but will be transferred back to a TCR clinic shortly for post-operative care.  Her care has been expensive.  Lolly’s vet bills are estimated at $5,000.  Please help us get Lolly back to health so she can enjoy a long life by making a donation today.

Update: Our Volunteer Centre

TCR-VC-Announcement7In April, we announced plans to open Toronto Cat Rescue’s first ever Volunteer Centre. We asked for your help in raising $50,000 to support the renovation costs of getting the Centre up and running this summer.

We have an exciting update! Our awesome community came together and quickly raised $15,000 for the project. Then, something amazing happened. Inspired by the goals of the Centre and the momentum of the fundraising so far, one of our volunteers stepped up and pledged to donate the remaining $35,000! 

Thank you to each and every single person who has made a donation – no matter how small or large – towards this project. You’ve helped make it a reality.

Renovations for the Toronto Cat Rescue Volunteer Centre are now well underway and we expect to open it this summer. Stay tuned for updates on this exciting initiative and the incredible difference it will make in saving more lives.

Click here for more information about the Volunteer Centre.

Adopt-A-Thon Caturday!