Off the Streets

We’d like to share with you stories of recent rescues and work ACR volunteers are doing within our own colonies and with community members throughout Toronto so you are aware of the kinds of situations ACR has been dealing with. We are still seeing a lot of kittens, though generally older kittens that may need more socialization (or not).

Here are just some of the cats we’ve recently been able to take into the ACR family.

Ruben

Ruben

Ruben has been on our radar for months on Eastern Ave but kept disappearing for long periods and then not co-operating with our volunteers’ trapping efforts! When we finally caught him, we discovered Ruben was actually Rubena, a female. We believe she was abandoned as she is reasonably tame. We’re getting her checked out at one of our vet partners.

If you’d like to help Rubena with her vet expenses, please consider making a donation to ACR.

Marshall

Marshall

Marshall was a lone kitten who came from a colony in Scarborough. He was just vaccinated, microchipped and neutered this past week. As he is an all-white cat, we are monitoring Marshall for signs of hearing impairment, but nothing has slowed him down yet!

If you’d like to help Marshall with his vet expenses, please consider making a donation to ACR.

Alley, Minerva and Severus

Alley, Minerva & Severus

These three young ones are the last kittens to be born to Marie and to the colony oddly named the “Hot House Feral Colony” located near Dundas & Runnymede. Their feral mom, who was spayed at the Toronto Humane Society TNR clinic, had delivered six litters since August 2016! Congratulations to those hard-working (non-ACR) caretakers on getting their colony under control!

If you’d like to help Alley, Minerva and Severus with their vet expenses, please consider making a donation to ACR.

Theo, Tricia and Topaz

Theo, Tricia & Topaz

Three brand new kittens who are full of worms and need some socialization. But they’re in the door and off the street!

If you’d like to help the trio with their vet expenses, please consider making a donation to ACR.

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