Toronto Street Cats

Want to get more involved in the animal welfare world?  Become a member of the Toronto Humane Society – it’s the members who vote for the THS’s Board of Directors at their annual general meeting. This vote is incredibly important because it’s the Board who guides the THS.
If you’re already a THS member be sure to renew it! If you’d like to become a NEW member you need to print out the application form (click here) and fax/mail it to the contact details included on the form. You also get a tax receipt for your membership fee!

Please note that in order to vote at the June9th Annual General Meeting, the THS must have received your membership application by April 30th @ 5pm.
Get involved. Have your voice heard. Help the animals. Be a member!



We will advise next time donated food will be available for colony caretakers who have taken the workshop “Trap Neuter Return – How to Manage a Feral Cat Colony” through the Toronto Feral Cat Project

Where:  the garage of the Toronto Humane Society (11 River Street @ Queen St E)
When:  TBD

Please note:  you must bring proof of completion of the workshop in order to be able access the free treats.
SheridanSun article about Kali's colony Dec2014

Reducing Kitty Crowding, One Colony at a Time

Linda Hermiz, from Sheridan College, writes about the work being done by Toronto Street Cats and our partners in the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition.  Introducing the article is the story of the street cats being  cared for by one of our shelter building coordinators, Kali Hewitt-Blackie.  To read the full story click here.

We thank our good friend E.K. Park, for capturing who we are on film. In the following videos E.K. documents a “day in the life” of one our free feral cat spay/neuter clinics and one of our shelter building workshops. In both videos she has done justice demonstrating the extraordinary work that our volunteers do to help street cats

Video of a “day in the life” of one or our free feral cat spay/neuter clinics:
TSC video

Video of one of our shelter building workshops:
Find out how to request one by clicking here.

Toronto Feral Cat Project Workshop – “How to Manage a Feral Colony”
When:  Sat May 9, 2015 (10:30am – 1:30pm)
Where:  OSPCA – Newmarket, 16586 Woodbine, Newmarket, ON (see map here)
Cost: $20.00
Learn how to care for the homeless cats in your neighbourhood (trapping, feeding, sheltering, and more). Full details including how to register can be found at the Toronto Feral Cat Project website

Next Toronto Street Cats Free Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Clinic
When:   Wednesday, May 20th (drop off 5am)
Where/How:   See here for future clinic dates, location and details needed to register.

Toronto Animal Services Free Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Clinics
See here for the list of clinic dates, their criteria and how to register


Toronto Street Cats is a proud member  of the Toronto Feral Cat TNR Coalition