Our 7th annual cosmic Bowl-A-Thon is taking place May 14th to raise much needed funds for Toronto Cat Rescue. Join us for a very fun afternoon!
Playtime Bowl 33 Samor Rd, Toronto (near Yorkdale) / map.
Jan is a young, beautiful cat that is full of love and affection. She has been through a lot with her litter of kittens. She and her babies were up for euthanasia at a high-kill shelter before being rescued at the last second by a caring TCR volunteer. She has been a wonderful mom to all her kittens and all of them have been adopted, except for sweet Andy. Jan fought and nurtured her babies all the way through weeks of herself being ill with an Upper Respiratory Infection (URI). As Jan was much stronger her recovery was a lot quicker, little Andy on the other hand was sick as well and did not have an easy go at recovery.
Little Andy was the sickest in the little family. Her infection became so extreme that the vet said there was a 90% chance that she would lose her eyes. Being the little fighter that she is, she happily won the battle and is now a very healthy girl! Thanks to a fantastic vet, a loving foster home and Andy’s courageous spirit they managed to save her eyes with her having sight in both of them. She may not look the same as most kittens, but it doesn’t (and shouldn’t matter) as she is the most loving, affectionate kitten anyone could ask for!
Jan (DOB March 1, 2009) and Andy (DOB October 11, 2010) deserve a chance to be loved and cared for like all cats should be, they deserve only the best forever families! They have both been around other cats as well as dogs and adjust very well. If you would love to meet and adopt these sweet, sweet cats, please email TCR Adoptions: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-538-8592 and press 1 to leave a message.
Many of you are probably wondering about the fate of the Feral Cats that were in need of relocation from a sensitive wildlife habitat in Toronto. We are very pleased to announce that a lovely barn with experience in accepting relocated cats stepped forward to give a home to all five cats! Located about 45 minutes north of Toronto, these cats will be sharing their home with other spayed/neutered cats, sheep, chickens, a rescued horse, rescued ponies, and wild mustangs (horses). So far two of the cats, “Jerry” and “Georgette” have been trapped, spayed/neutered and moved into the “cat room” in the barn, where they will stay for three weeks to adjust before being allowed to have run of the property. Their cat room abode comes complete with custom-built kitty hide-away condos and their new friend, “Frankie” (eating their food in the picture!) – luxury compared to the trailer they previously called home! Plans are in place to trap the remaining cats and move them in as soon as possible.
Thank you to everyone who helped find these cats their new home, and to those donors that made this project possible! $1,595 has been raised thus far to be put towards the “Grey Cat Relocation Project”. Thank you, thank you!