Ragdoll and Himalayan Rescue

Update: A HUGE heartfelt thank you for the outpouring of support surrounding our ragdoll and himalayan rescue. We greatly appreciate your generous donations (we surpassed our goal!), offers to foster, offers to adopt, and spreading the word about the rescue. *Thank YOU!*

We want to share with you Puff’s before and after picture – she is doing well in foster care. The cats are starting to become available for adoption, please find them here.

Foster Applicants: We are happily overwhelmed with the amount of new foster families who want to open their door to these cats, we apologize if there is a delay in getting back to you about next steps – a volunteer will call you shortly.

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Last week, TCR helped with another terrible hoarding case in the east end of city with Toronto Animal Services (TAS).  A former Ragdoll and Himalayan breeder wasn’t able to care for her cats anymore, and the cats were found in deplorable conditions.

Over 60 Ragdoll and Himalayan cats have been removed from the one bedroom apartment and brought to the shelter by animal control officers.  TAS staff are still working to assess them, but TCR has taken the cats in the worst shape to vet clinics.

All of the cats in TCR’s care have health issues that need immediate attention.  We need your help to get them the urgent vet care they need.  Make a donation today to help one of these cats get dental surgery, treatment for colds and eye infections, and shaving to remove painfully matted fur.

Please consider making a donation of $150 to sponsor one of them. This is the average veterinary cost for each cat rescued – bringing our fundraising goal to $5,000.

We also appreciate all of the support of new foster families – fill in our foster application today, and a volunteer will get back to you as soon as possible.  We are under so much pressure at this time of year with shelters being overcrowded with kittens and cats, your help is greatly appreciated!!