Toronto Street Cats


Decisions made by elected officials affect our daily lives in countless ways. We require continued support from the City of Toronto for feral cats and Trap Neuter Return (TNR).
The City of Toronto needs to continue its engagement with us so we can do more to help ease the crisis of over-population and to improve the quality of life of street cats. That’s why it’s important that we all vote for candidates who pledge to support TNR projects.
We polled each candidate for Mayor and Councilor in Toronto and we are pleased to share the results of this poll with you: 37 candidates responded to our poll, and 25 of them pledged to support our work. Of particular note is the fact that of all the candidates for Mayor, ONLY ONE responded – Olivia Chow has pledged her support for TNR if she is elected Mayor of Toronto.
The list of those candidates who pledged to support us can be found below (sorted in order of Ward, then by last name).
Please note that in Wards 2, 6, 17,20 & 42 more than one candidate declared support for TNR

The next step is for each of us to exercise our civic responsibility by turning out to vote on October 27th



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:
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Video of one of our shelter building workshops:


NEED A FERAL CAT SHELTER?   Click here to request one or more shelters (click on the below photo for a larger view of the shelter). **Please note that requests will be cancelled if the shelter hasn’t been picked up within 30days of placing the request**


Toronto Feral Cat Project Workshop – “How to Manage a Feral Colony”
When:  Sat Nov 1 and Sat Nov 29 (10:30am-1:30pm)
Where:  Toronto Humane Society (11 River Street @ Queen St E., Toronto) Map of Location
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:  Sun Nov 2 (this clinic is fully booked; only accepting wait list requests)
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 their criteria and how to register


Toronto Street Cats is a proud member  of the Toronto Feral Cat TNR Coalition TFCCMembers2