Volunteers Needed: Adoption Counselors

If you enjoy talking with people and love cats, then the Adoption Counselor role will be a perfect fit for you! Adoption Counselors contact and screen potential adopters using a conversational approach. Toronto Cat Rescue’s screening process is based on open-ended questioning and active listening. The goal is to create a relationship of mutual respect, honesty and trust with each person who contacts TCR. Adoption Counselors receive training in interview techniques to help them make positive matches between cats and adoptive families. This high pace position requires daily access to emails, customer service skills, enthusiasm… Read More

Seeking Summer Foster Families

We are at the start of summer where people begin vacationing, enjoying the heat, and relaxing. Unfortunately for us in cat rescue, summer is also the busiest time of the year! We are inundated with requests to take kittens, nursing moms, and bottle feeding kittens in addition to all the adult cats that need to be rescued. We are in need of new foster homes who can help by taking on foster cats or kittens for a minimum of a couple of weeks until they are healthy and ready for adoption. Fostering is a… Read More

We Love All Our Volunteers!

Happy National Volunteer Week! Thank you volunteers! Thank you for your effort, time and talent that you donate to help better the lives of cats in Toronto/GTA and Kitchener-Waterloo. Whether you volunteer once a month, or ten hours a day, you are part of the Toronto Cat Rescue (TCR) family… and you are making a positive change in this world for felines. Below are just some of our amazing, dedicated volunteers! Amanda Dobbin Amanda shares: “Two years ago I stumbled upon Toronto Cat Rescue while looking at the fostering option as I wasn’t… Read More

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