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Community Cats Toronto

We are dedicated to helping people through education, advocacy
and collaboration to make a difference in the lives of
community (feral, stray and free-roaming) cats.

If you find a feral cat, take our workshop to start the
process of caring for your community cat.

If you currently manage a feral cat colony,
join our colony database. It’s free!

Sign up for a workshop  Register Your Colony
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Workshops

Take a workshop and learn about feral cats in Toronto. Register here.


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Colony Database

Community Cats Toronto administers Cat Stats Toronto, a database of feral cat colonies throughout Toronto and the surrounding area. Join for free today!


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Recovery Center

Read about our innovative approach to helping cats live better lives. Check out the Recovery Centre.


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Population Control

Trap, spay and neuter and release is proven to work to reduce the population of homeless cats. Read about TNR here.

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Donate

Help control the population of cats in our city. Donate!


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Help us help cats

Help control the cat population in Toronto and be a friend to cats everywhere. Learn more here.

 

Upcoming Workshop

This workshop prepares you to most effectively help homeless cats currently living outside. Become a certified cat hero. Click below to see the details.

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In 2016

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Did you know that…
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    There is a difference between feral and stray cats?

    A feral cat is one born and raised in the wild. A stray cat has been abandoned or lost in survival mode.

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    Cats can start having kittens after only six months?

    Cats are efficient reproducers, which is why they need to be fixed before a new litter of kittens is brought into the world. An outdoor cat can have as many as 12 kittens a year.

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    The Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) method of controlling cat population is backed by the City of Toronto?

    Euthanizing stray and feral cats is expensive and inefficient. The scientifically proven way to control outdoor cat populations is TNR.