Greetings Fellow Cat Lovers

TCR is a no-kill, non-profit, 100% volunteer, registered charity – all donations go directly towards helping cats in need.

Turk! Available for adoption!

Toronto Cat Rescue is often the only hope for a homeless, abandoned, sick or injured cat. We help cats escape situations of abuse, neglect, or imminent euthanasia. We see some terribly sad cases, but happily many of them have positive outcomes thanks to all the caring cat lovers who have adopted from us over the years.

This blog is replacing our newsletter that has been issued monthly for five years.   Thank-you to everyone who has written an article, or shared an issue with friends.  We will be posting similar stories as the newsletter, but with more timely updates, plus you are able to interact and leave comments!  Topics include featured adoptable cats, tips & tricks on keeping your cat healthy and happy, news from our volunteer cat rescuers in action, upcoming events and updates from past events.

As we know cats are very entertaining, so we hope you subscribe, or check back often!  Feel free to share your own fun, kitty-cat stories here as well.  To subscribe just enter your email address in the top right hand column of this blog.  Wishing you lots of cuddles and purrs in 2011!

2 Comments on “Greetings Fellow Cat Lovers

  1. Currently looking for someone who has experience with semi wild cats, I have captured one out of five and he loves cuddling sat with me for an hour on my bed, but also hisses and has scratched me. I took him to the vet who was amazed that the cat allowed me to pick it up and kiss him and said he wasnt feril but was frightened, and to keep him away from my other cats, and dog, as he was outdoors for sometime and is terrified of people.

    He has so much potential but I live with my father and he will not allow me to have another pet as I have 3 already, and I am on disability, My neighbour has graciously decided to keep it in his garage with food, water, etc, but hoping that someone has a permanent spot for him that has experience as the vet says in 3 months he will be totally adapted to people but it just takes time, I miss him already, and I am glad that he trusted me enough to let me pick him up as it was freezing last night.

    If anyone has it in there heart and has space for this cat I would be willing to help cover his costs ie for food etc, to ensure he has a good home, I think the garage is a good place for him for now, but he really loved to cuddle on the bed, and be around me.

    He is beautiful black and white male cat nuetered by TCR, but has a bit of a cold right now, if anyone can help please email me a message and thanks

    • Hi Thersea – Thanks so much for getting this little fellow out of the cold and neutered! 🙂 Currently TCR’s foster homes are full (as always!), but please call TCR directly 416-538-8592 (press #3) to speak with one of our experienced volunteers for next steps. There are volunteers that specialize in socializing cats & kittens, so we can totally offer advice!

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