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How the Ontario SPCA helps neighborhood cats


What packages does the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society have in place to assist neighborhood cats and their caregivers?

Discover out all about our three packages to assist neighborhood cats and their caregivers, under!

Three packages to assist feral cats & their caregivers

To help feral cat caretakers in managing feral cat colonies, the Ontario SPCA has developed three revolutionary packages:

  • Feral Cat Entice Depot Program. The Society loans cat traps to feral cat caretakers at no cost in an effort to lure, neuter and return (TNR) the neighborhood cat inhabitants. It’s a humane and efficient means to assist cut back feral cat populations.
  • Free Feral Meals Financial institution. This meals financial institution gives a sustainable help of meals to colony caretakers. With out the participation of the Ontario SPCA, devoted feral cat colony caretakers use their very own private funds to supply meals for these deserted cats.
  • Feral Cat Shelters. A restricted quantity are made every fall by volunteers (or comply with the directions under and simply make one!) for caretakers to supply a protected, heat place for his or her colonies throughout our chilly, harsh winters.

*Please notice:  A participation certificates (TNR Course) is required to be eligible to obtain entry to sure packages . Please inquire by means of Monica Seto.

For extra info on getting concerned in managing neighborhood cats in your space, or to join the Feral Cat Course, “Entice-Neuter-Return: Methods to Handle a Feral Cat Colony”, please go to

Feral Cat Winter Shelter Assets:

Methods to Construct a Feral Cat Shelter 101

Methods to Construct a Feral Cat Shelter – Video

Ideas for Putting a Feral Cat Shelter

For extra info on any of those packages, please contact: 

Monica Seto
Supervisor, Shelter Well being & Wellness
Telephone: 1-888-668-7722 or 905-898-7122, Ext. 383
E mail:

Different Feral Cat Assets:

Toronto Feral Cat Coalition

Group Cats Toronto

Toronto Avenue Cats

Alley Cat Allies

Neighborhood Cats

Assist us promote our Working Cat Program!  Click on right here to obtain the poster.





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