Urban Cat Relief and the Toronto Feral Cat Project are very excited to announce their intention to merge in the upcoming months; these two groups united will form a stronger alliance dedicated to helping people through education, advocacy and participation to make a difference in the lives of community (feral, stray and free-roaming) cats.
We recognize the fundamental need for collaboration, and joining resources provides us with the opportunity to strengthen the impact that each group has made as individual entities.
We are in the early stages of our transition and look forward to defining our Mission, Vision and future plans in the coming months. Please stay tuned!!
Rescued and provided veterinary care and foster homes for over 350 cats and kittens.
Arranged adoptions for over 250 cats and kittens.
Provided emergency veterinary care for kittens with life-threatening illnesses or injuries.
Provided feedings for over 100 cats per day in managed colonies.
Spayed and neutered over 300 cats through our TNRM (Trap, Neuter, Return & Maintain) Program.
Started a barn home relocation program for feral cats that cannot be returned to their original colonies.
Answered hundreds of emails and over 1,000 phone calls, often for assistance, support and guidance for homeless pets.
Public Education and Urban Cat Relief visibility events
UCR along with the help of our incredible foster homes,
were able to accomplish all this in 2012.
We look forward to 2013!
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your continued and heartfelt support.
As always, tax receipts will be issued for donations of $20.00 or more.
• Stop the Cat Population Explosion
• Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter
• The Truth About Declawing
• Indoor vs. Outdoor
• Costs of Responsible Cat Ownership
• The MYTH of free to a good home
• Two Kittens Are Better Than One
• Adult Cats vs Kittens
• Choosing the Right Cat or Kitten
• Surrendering or Rehoming Your Cat
• If Your Cat is Lost or Missing
• If You Find a Cat Who You'd Like to Help
• Guide to Plants Poisonous for Cats (with pictures).
Did you know?
Over 7 years, one unspayed female and her unspayed offspring will give birth to over 420,000 kittens.
Urban Cat Relief is committed to reducing the cat overpopulation in our communities. We rescue, arrange veterinary care, provide warm and nurturing foster homes, and facilitate adoptions into permanent, loving homes.
Please click on the donate button above to make a one-time or monthly on-line donation or send your cheque(s) to:Urban Cat Relief P.O. Box 77553 RPO Sheppard Plaza Downsview, Ontario M3H 6A7
Tax receipts are available for donations of $20 or more.
Thank you for your generous support.