The Toronto Feral Cat Recovery Center is a safe haven for street/community cats to recover after their spay/neuter surgery. Without these premises the amazing people who TNR these cats would have no where to recover them – and thus WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO TNR. Although the Recovery Center is managed by volunteers, rent still needs to be paid and administrative costs covered. They need at least $10,000 to keep the center open another year.
If you are able to spare even $20 to enable rescue people to keep helping street cats please go to https://www.gofundme.com/keeping-feral-cats-warm-and-safe which is managed by Animal Alliance of Canada, fellow members of the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition.
See more about the “RC” at their website http://www.feralcatrecoverycentre.com/
“Working together, this Coalition has transformed the lives of feral and stray cats with an exemplary Trap/Neuter/Return/Manage program. The Recovery Centre is an essential part of this area-wide program that has done amazing work on reducing the stray cat population through TNRM programming, the most humane and effective method. Please donate and share to keep this life-changing facility operating.” credit Animal Alliance of Canada
Compassion in Action – This brilliant short documentary features the work of the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition and their efforts to tackle Toronto’s massive homeless cat issue. Thank you to EK Park for dealing with this important issue so thoroughly and with such respect.
Rescue Diaries – Up Close Look inside our Free TNR Spay/Neuter Clinic
Michelle Nadon and Gervais Vignola, from Rescue Diaries, visited a couple of our all-volunteer run, free TNR spay/neuter clinics.
- Click here to watch the video for a close look at what happens in one of our clinics and to meet Dr. Hanna Booth and Dr. Joanna Coote, DVM(s), who started Toronto Street Cats in 2010.
- Rescue Diaries also attended our April 20/16 free feral cat spay/neuter clinic to document what we do and how we work with colony caretakers and trappers to help make the lives of street cats better (click here to see their video).
CityTV News Report – Volunteers help manage Toronto’s street cat population
CityTV News filed the following news report shedding much needed light on the continued plight of Toronto’s homeless and feral cats. Click here to watch the report.
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.
TORONTO STREET CATS IN ACTION
We thank Ashley Cochrane for producing this short video that provides a glimpse into one of our free TNR spay/neuter clinics. Thanks also to E.K. Park, for her short video of one of our shelter building workshops. Both videos demonstrate the extraordinary work that our volunteers do to help street cats
Toronto Street Cats is a proud member of the Toronto Feral Cat Coalition