Frost Bite Girl: Meet Aimee

Sweet little Aimee was found out in the cold and brought to Toronto Animal Services. Aimee came in with frostbitten ears, nose, tail and vulva.  She was underweight, and hiding under the blankets at the shelter. She was transferred to the care of Toronto Cat Rescue in hopes of finding this little one a loving home once she has recovered. TCR brought her in to the vet, where she required her ears to be clipped as the frostbitten parts just fell off. She’ll need her tail amputated as well.  Aimee recuperated a… Read More

Thoughtful Last Minute Gift Giving

Are you having trouble finding that perfect gift for the person who has everything? Or looking for a gift for a special cat lover in your life? Did you know that Toronto Cat Rescue saves the lives of over 2,500 cats per year. We rescue cats from situations of neglect, abuse and abandonment, and those who have serious and expensive medical conditions like Charbon the Wobble Kitten. Charbon has Cerebellar Hypoplasia. Without our help, this would have been a tragic story that ended in euthanasia. Our amazing volunteers and foster homes stepped… Read More

Christmas Foster Cat Supply Drive

Our foster cats would love some Christmas presents under the tree to open on Christmas Day! If you would like to go shopping for a cat, we would greatly appreciate the donations! The kitty-cat presents (wrapped or unwrapped) may be dropped off at our Volunteer Centre (4229C Dundas St W) for foster families to pick-up every Saturday and Sunday between 10am-6pm. If these times do not work for you, or you are unable to drop off the items, please email us at with the details of your donation and we will try to… Read More

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