Media

  • HuffingtonPost.ca Media: The Huffington Post, November 2012 Adopt-a-HuffPet: Lucy the Wobbly Kitty Needs Your Love by M. Michelle Nadon Wonderful, wobbly Lucy! The first thing you will notice about me when you meet me is that I wobble. That’s because I’m a wobbly cat (I have what vets calls cerebellar hypoplasia). I am also FeLV+. But please don’t let my ...
  • InsideToronto.com Media: Inside Toronto, July 2012 ALLEY CAT ALLY: Training Torontonians to trap By Hanna Booth Did you know that Toronto is one of the most progressive and collaborative cities in North America when it come to feral cat management? For the last two years, the Toronto Feral Cat TNR Coalition has been working together to strategically sterilize thousands of ...
  • NOW magazine Toronto Media: NOW Magazine Toronto, December 2011 I resolve to help feral kittens By Joshua Errett It dawned on me recently that I’m not a very good human being. I don’t give to charity, always forget birthdays, never call my mother and usually leave parties without saying goodbye to anyone. My only contribution to society, I realized, is that I’ve ...
  • The Star Media: The Star, October 2011 Controlling the cat colonies Nobody likes Morris, so he eats alone. The feral orange cat — which looks uncannily like the former star of TV commercials — is timid and peeks out from behind a fence as another group of feral felines skitter around their benefactor, Robin Sarafinchan, who arrives one rainy afternoon ...
  • The Star Media: The Star, June 2011 They thought he was a goner, but Cosmo the cat came back There are litters of felines in fiction, in verse and in song: I think of the cat who came back the very next day; the McGarrigles’ Kitty, who did not; Jeoffry, who rolled among prank to work it in; Sylvester ...
  • Toronto et ses chats errants – Feral Cats on YouTube (french) If video does not play properly, click this link to view it on its YouTube page: Toronto et ses chats errants (YouTube)
  • Samaritan Mag Media: Samaritan Mag, December 9, 2010 Rescuing Cats A Massive And Costly Undertaking Wintry weather has arrived across Canada and, while many homeless people may choose to take refuge in shelters to escape the cold and eat a warm meal, animals on the street can’t make those decisions. Lost or abandoned pets, and especially feral cats that may ...
  • Metro Media: Metro – Toronto, November 1st 2010 Toronto’s unlikely cat whisperer By Carolyn Morris, Metro – Toronto He’s tall and burly, wears jeans, running shoes, a baseball cap and drives a black Dodge Ram. A light-brown goatee toughens his rounded face. Every day, he puts in long hours of physical labour for a landscape company. But after work, ...
  • National Post Media: National Post, August 13, 2010 Feral felines are multiplying in Toronto By Ben Kaplan, National Post The city estimates that there are 20,000 feral cats in Toronto, but Heather Brown of the Annex Cat Rescue says the actual number is more than 100,000. “This summer’s been crazy,” says Brown, one of 100 volunteers with the city’s most ...
  • Annex Guardian Media: Annex Guardian, August 17, 2001 Annex Cat Rescue helps felines in need find homes by Clarie Martin (special to The Guardian) Osiris, known affectionately as “Goofus”, every bit as scrawny and diseased-riddled as his brothers and sisters, began life in someone’s backyard. Not one of his siblings survived. These days the jet-black feline looks, ever so cautiously, out ...
  • Toronto Life Media: Toronto Life, July 2000 RITUALS: Wild Things by Rondi Adamson It’s a weeknight after dark, and the hubbub of rush hour traffic from Chinatown has diminished. In an alley behind the restaurants and dollar stores, the stench of rotting fish and produce competes with the smell rising from bowls of Whiskas. “Oh God, Julia looks pregnant again,” ...
  • Annex Gleaner Media: The Annex Gleaner, October 1998 Mild winter may lead to increase in strays by Rebecca Caldwell Walking down an Annex street this summer, chances were good of seeing a handmade sign advertising a missing cat. While the Toronto Humane Society has not yet made a formal analysis of its figures, communications manager Amy White said there has ...

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