Stray cats are always a concern, especially in the cold winter season. An East York cat colony caretaker stops at nothing to help them.
Some feral cat rescuers say the cat lovers in your neighbourhood could reduce numbers of feral cats on the street.
Everything seemed calm as Heather Hill walked toward the barn. But once the doors opened, the smell of rotten flesh and the barking of 400 dogs proved otherwise. Puppies were kept in groups of about eight, in small rooms and forced to stand on metal grates allowing their excrement to fall through. “It was more disgusting than you can ever imagine. She knew nothing about the breeds.”
Hope was tied to a tree with electrical cord and left for dead in Atlanta, Ga. On July 7, Shane Smith found the dog, which became his motivation to found Paws for Hope and Faith, an organization urging an end to animal abuse. Now the group is set to hold a fundraiser on Oct. 15 at 8 p.m. at The Sidewalk Café.
Dorothy Mathieson considers herself a bit of a Pied Piper when it comes to stray cats. She says she usually has up to eight of them following her around when she walks her dog.
A pet shop owner in Toronto doesn’t like plans to regulate the sale of cats and dogs at his store. Last May, Coun. Glenn De Baeremaeker (Ward 38,) proposed a bylaw that would ban the sale of dogs or cats in all pet stores in Toronto, unless the sales are through a registered rescue group, […]
An unprecedented neutering clinic aims to control Toronto’s feral cat population—weather permitting.