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

The Story of Mr. Burns

UPDATE: Mr. Burns has been adopted!! At the end of January, the wonderful folks at Toronto Animal Services responded to a call about an injured cat struggling outdoors in the freezing cold.  Suspecting frostbite, he was taken directly to an emergency clinic for treatment.  It turns out this sweet and handsome fellow was suffering from thermal burns to all four paws and part of his tail. Due to our Partnership with Toronto Animal Services, we were able to transfer Mr. Burns in to our care so he could recuperate in a foster… Read More

60 Cats Update: Your Help is Still Needed!

Thanks to generous supporters like you, we’ve hit our original goal of $10,000 – but every additional dollar helps us assist more cats in 2015. Please help us start 2015 with the resources to help cats who are desperate for a second chance. On December 13th, Torontonians stepped up and joined the Toronto Cat Rescue team, offering temporary homes for fifty cats rescued by Humane Society International (HSI). An additional ten cats were placed by HSI, so all sixty cats are now settling into homes while they await their forever families to adopt… Read More