Our mission: improve the lives of Toronto’s homeless cats by offering spay/neuter services, free for feral cats, and building overwintering shelters. We are also working to increase public awareness about Toronto’s homeless cat population and the importance of spay/neuter and trap/neuter/return (TNR).
We are part of the Toronto Feral Cat TNR Coalition, working together to implement strategic TNR programs to sterilize Toronto’s feral cats, decrease shelter intake and reduce euthanasia rates.
RESCUE DIARIES VISIT TORONTO STREET CATS!
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.
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 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 one of our shelter building workshops:
Other members of the Toronto Feral Cat TNR Coalition:
• Animal Alliance of Canada
• Annex Cat Rescue
• Community Cats Toronto (formerly Toronto Feral Cat Project)
• Toronto Animal Services
• Toronto Cat Rescue
• Toronto Humane Society