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Rescue Diaries – Up Close Look inside our Free TNR Spay/Neuter Clinic

This summer our friends at Rescue Diaries spent an evening with us at one 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 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. Click here for their YouTube channel.rescuediariesjun2016-closeup-look-at-tnr-clinic__________________________________________________________________________________________________
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.citytv-newreport-nov10-16__________________________________________________________________________________________________
Next Community Cats Toronto Workshop – “TNR- How to Manage a Feral Colony

When:  Sat March 4th, 2017 (10:30am – 1:30pm)
Where: S. Walter Stewart Library, 170 Memorial Park Ave, East York, ON (see map here)

Cost: $20.00 online or $25 at the door.
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 website

***If you’ve already taken the workshop but lost your certificate please go to the following page of the Community Cats website (click here) and follow the instructions under “Lost certificate

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