NTCR were recently invited by Rogers TV to talk about our cats, fundraising and the Save NTCR campaign with Sarita Patel, on the daily talk show The Bulletin Board.
We recorded three sessions with them on 4th, 18th and 25th April, each of which aired more than 20 times in the following weeks.
We’ve attached the links below so that you can enjoy them.
If you have any questions or wish to become involved in our fundraising, please contact Donna Cox or contact us via Facebook.
4th April – Donna talks about choosing the right cat for you, and introduces some of our beautiful cats, Garbo and Ruffles.
Watch here: http://rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=237&rid=70&gid=251491
18th April – Jacqui talks about fundraising for NTCR and how people can get involved as volunteers or fundraisers.
Watch here: http://rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=237&rid=70&gid=251446
25th April – Jacqui talks about Save NTCR, the loss of our shelter, and our goals for 2016.
Watch here: http://rogerstv.com/page.aspx?lid=237&rid=70&gid=251489
NTCR needs your help to ensure these cats remain safe and secure. They need to find a new shelter location, and need to do it fast!
We Are Their Voice – North Toronto Cat Rescue Documentary
Or you can send a cheque or money order to:
North Toronto Cat Rescue – A No Kill Sanctuary
We need your help!
This means that when a cat arrives at the shelter injured or ill, we do everything humanly possible to save her. The good news is that this almost always results in a cat on its way to recovery; the bad news is that this always results in considerable vet bills!
We believe every life deserves a chance; our no kill policy also means that our cats stay with us longer than they would in most shelters; this in turn results in an increased need in long term financing for each cat.
Registered Canadian Charity: Tax Receipts Provided (Number 83607 9673 RR0001)
Every donation is gratefully accepted
- You can help us to help them by bringing them out of the cold, treating their injuries and ailments, giving them shelter for the duration they need to recover, heal and regain their faith in humans.
- In winter, your donation can help cover the costs of heating, thus truly keeping our kitties out of the cold.
- Running a shelter is a financial challenge in every way; there are numerous ways your contribution can benefit its feline residents.
- Your dollars can go go toward the spay/neuter program which is crucial to reducing the numbers of strays living horrendous lives on the streets.
- $2.00 a day would cover the cost of food for one colony cat for one day.
- All shelter workers are strictly volunteers. None of our volunteers are paid. In fact, in most cases, our volunteers are donors too!
- We are a registered charity and can provide receipts for income tax purposes.
- We would be honored to accept donations in memory of pets who have passed away.