Spaying and neutering dogs and cats play an important part in preventing pet overpopulation. Two Toronto veterinarians decided to help make spay and neuter services more affordable and accessible.
Toronto Animal Services
Pit bulls have gained a bad reputation leading to breed-specific legislation in Ontario, which the Toronto Humane Society opposes.
As Bob McCreary’s car comes to a halt, a horde of cats emerge from the wooden structures tucked in the corner of the parking lot. He goes to the trunk to get a jug of water and crack open another can of cat food. Some of them are waiting patiently a few feet away. Some of them weave in and around his legs, waiting for a nice meal—and maybe a scratch behind the ears.
Sixteen felines found new homes during the latest cat adoption event at the PetSmart store in Leaside last weekend.
A Toronto woman named Dora encountered a slithering surprise early this morning in her apartment at Victoria Park and Lawrence. A snake, about 2 feet long, was found at 3 a.m in her bathroom.
A chip truck that doesn’t sell French fries might break a foodie’s heart, but this one can spare pet owners heartbreak if their pets get lost. It’s been a year since the Toronto Animal Services launched the chip…
After moving from Barbados twelve years ago, Kimitra Lovell says learning how to own a cat in Canada was a big reality check.
Lovell was just one of dozens of people who visited the Petsmart near Eglington and Birchmount on Saturday to take advantage of the National Adoption Weekend to check out some cats and dogs from Toronto Animal Services.
Some feral cat rescuers say the cat lovers in your neighbourhood could reduce numbers of feral cats on the street.
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.
An unprecedented neutering clinic aims to control Toronto’s feral cat population—weather permitting.