Coalition Member Groups

Helping Toronto's Homeless, Orphaned and Feral Cats

Toronto Street Cats
  • Offer free volunteer-driven spay/neuter clinics for feral cats, 1-2/mnth
  • Shelter building workshops through fall and winter
  • Provide shelters for colonies in need
  • Advice and mentorship for colony caretakers
Toronto Humane Society
  • Offer Free spay/neuter for feral cats Tuesday to Saturday – limited appointments, walk-ins when possible
  • Rent traps (including drop traps) to colony caretakers
  • Accept feral kittens under 10 weeks of age for socialization, depending on shelter capacity
  • 11 River Street, 416-392-9999,
  • Political advocacy around a broad range of animal service issues
  • Networking and support for Coalition member groups
  • Provide education resources, and direct the public to appropriate TNR resources
  • 101-221 Broadview Ave, 416-462-9541,
  • Trapping in North York, Durham and Oshawa
  • Provide a community re-homing program
  • Provide public education and support to caretakers through advice
  • 905-597-8273,


  • Provide the public with information on available resources for feral cats
  • Disseminate best practices to public/media
  • $65 flat fee for cat sterilizations
  • trap depot and food bank for certified caretakers
  • host for training workshops
  • 16586 Woodbine Avenue, Newmarket, 905-898-7122,


Toronto Animal SErvices
  • Offer free spay/neuter clinic for feral cats
  • Lend out traps
  • Share available education materials on feral cats and TNR approach
  • 416-338-7297,
  • Currently, trapping in northeast area of Toronto; can offer trapping services from Mississauga to Oshawa
  • Assist people on low income to gain access to spay/neutering for feral and stray cats
  • $60 flat fee colonies (multiple cats) / $75 for strays (single cats)
  • Emergency cat fund and phone line
  • P.O. Box 64578, Unionville, 416-439-8770



  • Teams of feral cat feeders in well managed feral colonies
  • Focused in the downtown area (e.g. Danforth/Kensington)
  • Provide support to caretakers through training and advice
  • Foster / adoption program for socialized street cats
  • 416-410-3835,