Cat Safety: Lilies Are Toxic

Please remember that lilies are highly toxic to cats. If a cat ingests even a small amount, it can do severe damage to their kidneys.  If you are bringing a festive Easter lily or Spring bouquet that includes lilies into your home, please ensure the flowers are placed where your cat cannot nibble on them. Click for more information on Toxic Plants To Cats.

We Need Your Help To Save Even More Lives

Toronto Cat Rescue’s foster care program provides temporary housing and care for cats and kittens who need some extra love and attention that a shelter environment cannot provide.  In 2014, our network of foster home volunteers helped to save the lives of more than 2200 cats and kittens!   Without them, cats like Bartholomew (pictured here recovering from eye and dental surgery), may not have a chance at adoption. For Toronto Cat Rescue, the summer brings challenges.  We are always short of foster space because the shelters are overcrowded with kittens, our… Read More

Mega Toronto Pet Adoption Event

UPATE: We are excited to announce that we had 103 adult/senior cat adoptions (40 on Friday / 63 on Saturday) at the Mega Pet Adoption event. The event was a massive success and resulted in more than 600 pets across all shelters & rescue groups finding lifelong loving homes. Due to the huge success, the Mega Pet Adoption Event will be closed tomorrow (Sunday). If you are looking to add a cat to your family, please go to http://www.torontocatrescueadopt.com to find your cat match. A heartfelt thank you to all of our volunteers… Read More