HAPPY THANKSGIVING Weekend to you and yours from ALL of us at North Toronto Cat Rescue and what an appropriate time to share “our” thankful and exciting news – After 33 years of non-stop rescue, North Toronto Cat Rescue has finally now found our own permanent home – a place for the abandoned, abused, discarded souls – a place where love lives. However we really, really need your support to afford to continue our no-kill facility without any government funding – ever –.
Every dollar “matters”, is appreciated and is used for food, never-ending Vet bills, litter and being able to provide warmth, food, safety, a temporary home and this adoption center – especially before Winter brings bone-chilling temperatures to so many still outside. Survival in Winter is certainly a struggle for so many.
If you are able to help us help “them”, we would be truly grateful. Please donate either by cheque to North Toronto Cat Rescue 28 John Stiver Cres. Markham, ON L3R 9A8 or online via CanadaHelps: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/10618 (Tax receipts are provided for all donations).
Further information will be shared as the days unfold.
And Yes, one extra happy reason to celebrate Thanksgiving this year!!!!
“We Need A New Home”
North Toronto Cat Rescue has the opportunity to purchase a small piece of land in the Aurora area to construct a new shelter. We are looking for a construction company who could help with this project. If you are able to help please contact Donna at (905)758-2287
Our Petition is now closed and we were overwhelmed with over 76,100 signatures, comments, and support. We are so very grateful to each and everyone who signed, commented, reached out, and shared our Plea. We personally found it extremely sad that we received not one response from any elected official – the Premier, the Mayor of Vaughan or any of the Councillors despite having left many messages asking for their support and as they are aware, our “House of Love” now remains empty.
We and our Realtors have been diligent in searching for a new shelter. Once again we are asking for your help should you be aware of any available space – either temporary or permanent. And we continue to need your financial support to make it happen.
Although our cats and kittens remain safe in foster care, there are so many calls for help on a daily basis and we desperately would like to be there as we have been for the last 33 years. Thank you ALL once again for also caring.