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.
Toronto Cat Rescue
Black cats have been linked to witchcraft and Satanism, which reflects negatively on their adoption rates at rescue shelters.
She never met the photographer behind the camera, but Leigh Cavanaugh still can see Jasun Singh’s familiarity with his subjects. “There was a very personal tie to (the photos,)” she said. Centennial College journalism student Jasun Singh died almost a year ago. In his memory, the family has assembled some of Singh’s photographs of cats housed at the Toronto Cat Rescue (TCR) and published them in a calendar. Leigh Cavanaugh created the graphic design for the project.
Cat adoption facts TCR facts and numbers to consider before adopting a feline this winter: There are an estimated 1/2 million feral and homeless cats in the GTA. Cats and kittens called “ferral” can be those…