Toronto, ON firefighters rescued a family’s two cats and gave them oxygen at the scene when a fire broke out at their home on July 20.
To the credit of everybody in the room they were all passionate about cats and gave up a perfectly good Sunday afternoon to assist the cats of Toronto Cat Rescue. With kitten season under way their services will be much needed as the spring is upon us and the kittens happening now are going to be looking for homes soon. I was flattered at the event when somebody approached me to ask me about my photographs. The person had adopted the beautiful tuxedo kitten Charles (and if you know me, I have a weakness for tuxedo kittens) and it was great to hear what a joy he was brining to his new home.
The Adoption Counselling experience is really an opportunity to connect with people and tap the enthusiasm and love of prospective adopters to turn then into successful cat adopters. What the social media folks refer to as conversions. Most encounters will not result in adoptions but I see them as a great opportunity to promote cats, cat adoptions and Toronto Cat Rescue.
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Team stands for Together Every Animal Matters! We are a Non-Profit, Volunteer & Foster-Based Cat Rescue based in Toronto (GTA). We are a registered charity that is set up to provide safe haven for cats while they wait for their “furever” homes. We assist and rescue displaced cats that find themselves homeless, either in a shelter or on the streets.ARK is a non-profit animal welfare organization begun by Marie Hunt in 1999. The organization is active in the Lakefield, Peterborough, Whitby and Toronto areas. The goal of ARK is to place cats and kittens in permanent homes, and to aid stray and abandoned cats. ARK also works with several municipal shelters to increase exposure and find homes for these rescue cats. Cat Busters Animal Rescue (CBAR) was established in May 1, 2004 and became a Registered Charity in October 2007 (Registered Charitable No. 80519 5757 RR0001). Relying on our network of foster homes and volunteers, we work in Toronto to rescue, rehabilitate, foster and re-home companion animals. We are also involved with the Trap/Neuter or Spay/Release (TNR) of feral cats in maintained colonies.Mary Anne is the co-founder of Cat Busters Animal Rescue. Prior to the formation of CBAR, acting as an independent rescuer, she actively assisted cats and kittens in need. She was a long-term foster home for Toronto Cat Rescue. As well as her continued direct involvement with rescuing, fostering and re-homing of cats and kittens in need, she is active in CBAR’s fundraising activities.