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I'm being cared for by
North Toronto Cat Rescue

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Black (All)
Age
Adult
Sex
Male
Pet ID
13648573
Hair Length
short

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with cats
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

DOB: December 2016

Meet Sloan:

Soft, full-faced Sloan, the former stray, fought hard on the streets to survive. And survive he did! A keen observer of his safe, new surroundings, he also enjoys the other cats and can often be found snuggling and sitting with them. Starting to trust, letting us pet him while he is laying on the shelf and window ledge.

Purr-omising to bloom over time in a loving home, he hopes to go to one with a playmate of his, to one with a playful young puss already there, or to one by his own sweet self.

If this is your home, click on Adopt. If you'd like to sponsor and support Sloan while safe in the shelter click Sponsor!

           

 

June 27, 2022, 7:32 am
DOB: December 2016

Meet Sloan:

Soft, full-faced Sloan, the former stray, fought hard on the streets to survive. And survive he did! A keen observer of his safe, new surroundings, he also enjoys the other cats and can often be found snuggling and sitting with them. Starting to trust, letting us pet him while he is laying on the shelf and window ledge.

Purr-omising to bloom over time in a loving home, he hopes to go to one with a playmate of his, to one with a playful young puss already there, or to one by his own sweet self.

If this is your home, click on Adopt. If you'd like to sponsor and support Sloan while safe in the shelter click Sponsor!

           

 

June 27, 2022, 7:32 am
Rescue

North Toronto Cat Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
13648573
Contact
Donna Cox
Address
Markham, ON L3R 9A8

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our adooption contract is found on-line.
Our adooption contract is found on-line.

Go meet their pets

Currently, we have a private Shelter for our animals so it is by appointment only. However we also have a partnership with Pet Value in Aurora (Bayview and Aurora Road) where many cats and kittens are also housed. We attend local Fairs, Events such as "All About Pets" Show in Toronto, for example, and other fund-raising events during the year in the Toronto area.
Currently, we have a private Shelter for our animals so it is by appointment only. However we also have a partnership with Pet Value in Aurora (Bayview and Aurora Road) where many cats and kittens are also housed. We attend local Fairs, Events such as "All About Pets" Show in Toronto, for example, and other fund-raising events during the year in the Toronto area.

More about this rescue

North Toronto Cat Rescue is a registered Canadian charrity made up of dedicated volunteers concerned with the welfare of all cats and kittens. We rescue, foster, provide veterinary care (including blood testing, vaccines and spay/neuter) and arrange adoptions for abandoned or rescue felines. For ten years, North Toronto Cat Rescue has been helping hundreds of souls in need wherever we find them, offering love, nourishment, safety, medical care and the hope of a "forever" home. We are not a spay/neuter and release group as we believe all these animals deserve comfot, warmth and love, particularly during the long cold winter days here in Canada. They will remain with us until they find a permanent home.
North Toronto Cat Rescue is a registered Canadian charrity made up of dedicated volunteers concerned with the welfare of all cats and kittens. We rescue, foster, provide veterinary care (including blood testing, vaccines and spay/neuter) and arrange adoptions for abandoned or rescue felines. For ten years, North Toronto Cat Rescue has been helping hundreds of souls in need wherever we find them, offering love, nourishment, safety, medical care and the hope of a "forever" home. We are not a spay/neuter and release group as we believe all these animals deserve comfot, warmth and love, particularly during the long cold winter days here in Canada. They will remain with us until they find a permanent home.