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Community Cats Toronto

Formerly Toronto Feral Cat Project and Urban Cat Relief
We are dedicated to helping people through education, advocacy and participation to make a difference in the lives of community (feral, stray and free-roaming) cats.

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Workshops

Take a workshop and learn about feral cats in Toronto. Sign up here!


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What is TNR?

Read about our innovative approach to helping cats live better lives. More information here.


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Toronto Feral Cat Coalition

We are part of a network of organisations working to reduce the population of homeless cats. Read about the coalition here.

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Volunteer

Help control the population of cats in our city. Sign up to take the workshop and help us out!


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Free services for cats

Help control the cat population in Toronto and be a friend to cats everywhere. Once you take our workshop, you can access free services for feral cats, like spay and neuter clinics and the Recovery Centre.


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Homeless Cats

We offer the most cost-effective and humane way to deal with the homeless cat population. Get in touch to find out more.

Upcoming Workshop

We run a monthly workshop at different locations around the city and beyond. Check out when we’re coming to your neighbourhood next.

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In 2015

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Did you know that…
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    some estimate the Toronto feral cat population to be upwards of 200,000?

    We’re trying to help stem overpopulation

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    a cat with the top part of its ear missing is a good thing?

    A small portion of the the top of the right ear or an “ear tip” means the feline is a free-roaming cat and has already been spayed or neutered.

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    trap-neuter-return is an effective, scientifically proven way to reduce the feral cat overpopulation?

    Less kittens are born on the street every year when TNR is used.