Toronto Street Cats

Right now thousands of dogs are being slaughtered in Korea for Bok Nal, the “dog days of summer”. The group Free Korean Dogs, founded by EK Park, is working to save these dogs and end the Korean dog meat trade, but they need your help to make it happen.
Please donate now:

With adequate financial support, EK will travel to Korea during the month of Bok Nal from July 17 to August 16. During this trip, EK will:

  • Complete filming for her upcoming documentary “Compassion Soup, the End of Dog Meat in Korea”.
  • Mobilize local animal advocates to organize a public protest against the dog meat trade in Korea.
  • Rescue as many dogs as possible, get them adopted and fly them off to their forever homes abroad.

If you are able, please help make a difference for the dogs of Korea.
Please donate now:

And please join their Facebook page to keep up to date on their progress.

Michelle Nadon and Gervais Vignola, from Rescue Diaries, attended our April 20/16 free feral cat spay/neuter clinic with video camera in hand 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).  Rescue Diaries shares heartwarming stories they’ve captured of animal rescues animal rescues, and the challenges and rewards of the dedicated rescuers who save them 24/7. Look for a new feature on their YouTube channel every Friday.


This manual is a blueprint for establishing a Trap-Neuter-Return program in your community. The document features many links to reference documents, video clips, and other website. The manual is in a downloadable PDF format.  Click here to download.

TSC TNR Manual

Next Community Cats Toronto Workshop – “TNR- How to Manage a Feral Colony

When:  Sat Aug 6, 2016 (10:30am – 1:30pm)
Where: Danforth/Coxwell Library , 1675 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON (see map here)


When:  Sat Aug 20, 2016 (10:30am – 1:30pm)
Where: Thornhill Community Centre , 7755 Bayview Avenue, Thornhill, 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 Community Cats Toronto websiteCommunityCatsLogo


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