Available for Adoption - Just Paws Animal Rescue

My name is Kat and I'm a volunteer at a local Toronto animal rescue centre
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The Toronto Humane Society is a Toronto charity that operates and animal rescue operations. It was founded by crusading journalist after he added the comment “Why don't we have a society for the prevention of cruelty?” to a November 1886 letter in the about a horse in distressed condition. Subsequently, a total of $74 in donations was sent to the newspaper which was used by Kelso to found the Toronto Humane Society in 1887 as an organization dedicated to promote both children's aid and the humane treatment of animals. The ultimately became a distinct organization in 1891.
Abbey Cat Adoptions Toronto, ON Animal Rescue & Animal Shelters; Abby's Animal Angels
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Based in Toronto, Ontario, KOCA Dog Rescue is a nonprofit organization founded in April 2015. We connect rescued dogs in South Korea with new homes in Canada. We focus on bringing dogs that need urgent help, that have not found new homes for a long period of time, and that are on the euthanasia list at local animal shelters in hopes of giving them a second chance to find forever loving homes. We are currently 100% volunteer run. Based in Toronto, Ontario, KOCA Dog Rescue is a nonprofit organization founded in April 2015
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ARK is a non-profit animal welfare organization begun by Marie Hunt in 1999. The organization is active in the Lakefield, Peterborough, Whitby and Toronto areas. The goal of ARK is to place cats and kittens in permanent homes, and to aid stray and abandoned cats. ARK also works with several municipal shelters to increase exposure and find homes for these rescue cats. Toronto Animal Services is a department of the City Council of Toronto that is charged with the responsibilities of enforcing the city municipal codes that pertain to pet ownership, movement and handling; encouraging safe and enjoyable communities for both pets and people; promoting responsible pet ownership; encouraging voluntary compliance with animal-related municipal codes; promoting pet adoption and pet licensing and micro-chipping.In order to safeguard the interests of each city dweller while still guaranteeing the safety of the pets kept, there is need for the intervention of a relevant statutory body. That’s where the Toronto Animal Services Department comes in.Mary Anne is the co-founder of Cat Busters Animal Rescue. Prior to the formation of CBAR, acting as an independent rescuer, she actively assisted cats and kittens in need. She was a long-term foster home for Toronto Cat Rescue. As well as her continued direct involvement with rescuing, fostering and re-homing of cats and kittens in need, she is active in CBAR’s fundraising activities.Cat Busters Animal Rescue (CBAR) was established in May 1, 2004 and became a Registered Charity in October 2007 (Registered Charitable No. 80519 5757 RR0001). Relying on our network of foster homes and volunteers, we work in Toronto to rescue, rehabilitate, foster and re-home companion animals. We are also involved with the Trap/Neuter or Spay/Release (TNR) of feral cats in maintained colonies.Caryn Liles - The Toronto Centre for Canine Education - Group classes, puppy socialization, private lessons, Reactive Dog Classes, Control Unleashed, behaviour modification, aggression, separation anxiety, tricks, scent classes, rally classes, seminars and workshops. Remote Separation Anxiety treatment (global). dog*TEC Dog Walking Academy Certification Program. Service Area: Toronto (downtown, midtown, east york). | | 388 Carlaw Avenue