Winter Cat Shelters

“… every cat requires and deserves shelter. Cats are not wild animals. They cannot dig dens as most non-climbing wild animals do. They do not shelter in tree holes, as most climbing wild animals do. They will not share ground dens with other species, as many wild animals do. Cats cannot build their own shelter, therefore it must be provided for them. In our opinion, there is absolutely no exception to this.” – American Cat Project The cats at the Corsetti Colony montiored by Toronto Cat Rescue volunteers would agree with the… Read More

Have No Pets? TCR Needs YOU!!

Do you love cats but do not have any of your own?  Toronto Cat Rescue is in need of foster homes that do not have other pets.  We often have foster cats in our program that do not get along with other animals.  Since most of our foster homes have other animals, it becomes very hard to place cats that do not play nicely with others.  If you have no animals in your home, please become a TCR foster parent today – the kitties need you! Fostering is great if you are… Read More

Step by Step: Recovering a Feral Cat

For people with feral colonies in their communities, trying to get a handle on the problem when resources are so stretched in our city can be truly overwhelming. With anywhere from 100,000-300,000 feral cats in Toronto, rescue groups such as Toronto Cat Rescue are at capacity not only in our adoption program, but in all other areas of our work. Our trappers, drivers, and recovery homes are working on countless feral colony projects and we rarely can take on more, however we want to work with communities to empower individuals to learn… Read More

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