Toronto Cat Rescue has been awarded the 2010 Readers Choice Best Rescue Award from The Toronto Pet Daily! A BIG thank-you to all our volunteers!!
In 2010 we had 1,685 happy adoptions! Cheers to many more in 2011!
Toronto Cat Rescue is participating in the nation-wide PetSmart Charities Adoption Weekend. The 3-day sponsored adoption event takes place Friday – Sunday, February 11-13 in all PetSmart locations.
The adoption fee is reduced to $99 at the stores only during the adopt-a-thon (with the exception of the Kitchener location) payable by cash and includes the spay/neuter, 1st set of vaccinations, and 6 weeks of free pet insurance. When you adopt a cat from the adopt-a-thon PetSmart will give you a coupon booklet for great deals as well!
TCR will also be accepting food and litter donations at the adopt-a-thon for cats in our foster & feral cat care.
Will you be a Valentine for one of our loving cats or kittens? Stunning & loving kitties are waiting for you. Please share with any loving potential adopters!
PetSmart Brampton / 9065 Airport Road
PetSmart Brampton / Trinity Commons -70 Great Lakes Drive
PetSmart Brampton / 547 Steeles Ave. East
PetSmart Mississauga / 3105 Argentia Rd.
PetSmart Vaughan / 7575 Weston Road
PetSmart Kitchener / 655 Fairway Road South
No one likes a bored kitty – Ping Pong balls make great cat toys and are very affordable!
Ping pong balls are readily available at various stores, but chances are good that you or a friend may just have some lying around that aren’t being used. Ping Pong balls are smooth and roll fast and far! As there are no places on the ball for the cat to grab onto, this ball tends to move uncontrollably, and will happily frustrate your feline because it is so light.
Just show the ball to your cat ﬁrst to get her attention (after a few weeks of playing with ping pong balls, kitty will often meow like no tomorrow when she sees you bring one out!) and then roll or throw it across the ﬂoor. Happily watch your cat bounce after the ball!
Because this ball is very light, it has the added advantage of not damaging furniture. The only downside is that because it is on the smaller side it is more apt to get lost underneath
things. You may want to block off possible places the cat ball may roll under, or have your cat play with them in the bathtub (add a bit of water for more fun)!
This cat toy is simple, but is often passed by in favor of much more expensive cat toy balls. Why pay for something that you already have lying in the closet or can buy at the
dollar store? Cat toys were meant to be cheap and this cat ball is deﬁnitely right up there in usability. It works well on all types of ﬂoors, and on non-carpeted surfaces it has the advantage of bouncing. Some cats may not like balls that bounce, but the majority of them will go nuts trying to catch it.
Warning: Please make sure your ping pong balls are not cracked because the sharp plastic may hurt your pet.