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Domestic Longhair kittens & cats in Toronto, Ontario

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Anastasia

Domestic Longhair Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Adult
Toronto, ON
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Introducing Her Royal Highness, the Grand Duchess Anastasia. This fluffy former colony-cat reigns supreme over her indoor kingdom, spending countless hours sleeping or lounging while binge-watching "Bird TV" from her throne (the couch). While her subjects may long for a royal snuggle, Anastasia prefers to keep her distance - with an aversion to physical contact that would make even the most aloof monarch proud. While she does not swat or bite, Anastasia does regularly hiss. But her hisses serve as a reminder of her boundaries, telling all who dare to encroach upon her sovereignty that she is not to be trifled with. We admire a lady who speaks her mind. When not busy issuing decrees, Anastasia engages in charitable work, and is a patron of the bread bank - kneading away on her favourite sweater. She also enjoys climbing her cat tower to gaze upon her kingdom and royal subjects. In the middle of the night, Anastasia emerges from her royal chambers to chase balls and spring toys. She also finds joy in the humble cardboard scratcher, a simple scratching post, and cat dancers. Anastasia seeks an experienced adopter of royal caliber - one who appreciates her independent spirit and respects her boundaries. While she may not grant the gift of pets or cuddles, her willingness to share her space speaks volumes of her generous spirit. She will require much patience and understanding as she acclimates to her new domain and in time will grace her chosen companion with the privilege of her presence, basking in their company from a distance. For those with the wisdom to accept her on her own terms, Anastasia promises a companionship as unique and cherished as the crown jewels themselves.Anastasia has mild tartar and will likely need a dental cleaning in 2025. She is negative for FIV and FeLV. Like all ACR cats, Anastasia has been treated for fleas and parasites.

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We'll also keep you updated on Quinn- CP's adoption status with email updates.
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Quinn- CP

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Toronto, ON
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Not good with kids, Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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DOB: January 29, 2020 Please note, this is a posting through the Courtesy Adoption Program. Please contact the current owner directly for more details. Their details are below. Quinn requires a very experienced & extremely patient owner who does not have small children or any other pets in the home. Quinn is almost 3 years old and was saved from a home of abuse, which has left her with PTSD. She is very affectionate, sweet and cuddly. When we first met Quinn, she was anxious and easily triggered into extremely violent outbursts. As a result, she has been prescribed medication. The medication has been working well with managing her PTSD and she is easy to medicate. She takes 1 pill every 24 hours in the evening with her dinner and we have not had any further bouts of aggression since. She is currently being cared for in a home with other cats, which inhibits her ability to make more progress. She does not do well with other animals. It has taken us a few months to get to a point where Quinn fully trusts us. Once she does trust you, she turns into the most loving and loyal cat ever. She loves to snuggle on top of her humans with her face pressed right against yours, and will paw at you for more attention. She is also quite expressive and will announce everything she does with copious amounts of trills, chirrups, and chirps. Despite not being the most coordinated with general cat toys, she is incredibly agile with trapping her wand toys and the laser dot. Her favourite pastimes include; snuggling, lengthy brush sessions, laser dot hunting, and watching the world outside from the safety of her cat tree. Oh, and she has a thing about sniffing feet - it’s kinda like her version of a handshake. This is not a case for the faint of heart. If you are courageous, experienced, and looking to help save a life, having Quinn at her best will be an incredible reward. Quinn is participating in our Courtesy Adoption Posting Program and is not the property of Toronto Cat Rescue. Toronto Cat Rescue does not accept responsibility for any pet placements that result from this service. If you need more info or would like to adopt please contact Jordan at jordan.g.rinaldi@gmail.com Thank you!
We'll also keep you updated on Chyna's adoption status with email updates.
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Chyna

Domestic Longhair

Female, Adult
Toronto, ON
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Not good with dogs, Not good with cats, Needs special attention, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Microchipped, DOB January 6, 2019 Chyna is a lovely and affectionate cat. She has a beautiful coat and her paws get very fluffy, so she easily slips and slides when she plays with her toys on wooden floors. She loves to stay perched on the highest rung of the cat tree or sit and observe from her cardboard house. She follows her foster parent everywhere and meows to let them know if another cat needs their attention or they’ve forgotten part of the routine. She will stay for hours if you hold her in your arms and pet her (though she can get snappy if you try and take her from her box). She has been in a multi-cat home and really has a problem with the resident cat, though not the younger cats; overall it's believed she would be very content being the only pet in her forever home. Chyna came to her foster home overweight with a concerning cough, but she has since been medicated (and will still need it in her forever home) and put on a strict diet plan to her back to her normal weight. She loves to jump onto comfortable cushions or the seat next to you while you work.
We'll also keep you updated on Roger Dodger's adoption status with email updates.
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Roger Dodger

Domestic Longhair

Male, Young
Toronto, ON
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Good with cats,
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Located in Woodstock, ON DOB: June 1, 2022 Roger is just waiting to be your new best friend. He loves to be held and fawned over. Roger is also a big fan of laps. If you put him on yours, he may not move. So be careful if you have something to do later. All that said, Roger will take a lot of love and patience until he opens up and becomes the amazing cat he is. Roger is shy around children and will usually find a safe space to hide until he’s ready to socialize again. Having a feline friend would be a great plus for Roger. He could really use a pal to show him that his new home is safe and fun. He’s a chatty guy who is easily motivated motivated by food, so it should be easy to win his heart. It’ll just take a little time.
We'll also keep you updated on Doris *declawed*'s adoption status with email updates.
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Doris *declawed*

Domestic Longhair

Female, Senior
Toronto, ON
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Good with kids, Declawed, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Microchipped, DOB: May 13, 2016 Gorgeous Doris is a total pleasure to have around. She loves food, has perfect litter habits and some of the softest fur out there. Doris is mostly quiet and keeps to herself through the day. She loves to look out the window, or curl up for a snooze in a cozy spot. When she decides she needs some loving, she'll come find you and ask for some pets (chin scratches are her favourite) or a snack. You'll know when she's looking for food or attention because she'll lay her paw on your hand or arm and just leave it there waiting, which is very cute to watch. While being picked up isn't her most favourite, she has showed zero signs of aggression and only let's out a few meows when you scoop her up for some kisses and cuddles. Doris also enjoys playing with toys, especially chasing a piece of string if you dangle and bounce it around for her. Doris would probably feel most comfortable being the only pet in her forever home. She's been living with another senior cat at her foster's house, but she's still not sure how she feels about him. She tends to let him know when he's coming too close but has slowly gotten a little more used to him as each day goes by, so she may just need time to feel comfortable with other feline friends. Doris' foster family says that getting to know her has been such a delight and while she is quite a small girl, she has a large kitten-like quality to her that is very endearing to have around. Thank you for welcoming a senior cat into your family - an adoption fee of your choice is appreciated, vs. our standard adult cat adoption fee of $200.
We'll also keep you updated on Tallula's adoption status with email updates.
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Tallula

Domestic Longhair

Female, Young
Toronto, ON
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Good with kids, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
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Microchipped, DOB: June 10, 2023 Tallula is the sweetest kitty around who is always ready for loving and cuddles the moment you walk in the door. This girl is great with everyone she meets from adults to younger kids. She loves attention and is super comfy with being pet, the more loving the better for Tallula. She also loves just chilling by a window, watching the world go by. Tallula unfortunately fell from a balcony before she came to us which resulted in some small head wobbles and hip sensitivity. Although she's not much of a jumper, her fall doesn't hold her back as Tallula is still quite the climber and a very happy girl. Tallula would really love a cozy home where she can get lots of love, snuggles, and of course, her favourite meals. She's super patient and calm, and she's ready to completely melt your heart!
We'll also keep you updated on LOUISE's adoption status with email updates.
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LOUISE

Domestic Longhair

Female, 5 yrs 1 mo
Toronto, ON
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Spayed or Neutered,
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Meet Louise! A fabulous 5-year-old domestic long hair with the softest fur you`ve ever touched! She might look like a fluffy cloud, but Louise is really just a playful kitty at heart. In her spare time, she enjoys lounging around in cozy spots, chasing feather toys (especially the ones with bells!), and having deep conversations with the birds outside (even though they never respond!)Louise is a connoisseur of treats and a master cuddler—she promises to keep your lap warm and your heart full. If you`re looking for a furry companion who loves snuggles and brings a little extra purr to your day, Louise is your girl! Come visit her at the shelter soon! She`ll be the one with the sparkling eyes and the purrfectly groomed whiskers, waiting to charm her way into your home and heart!If you are interested in Louise, Please call our North Region shelter at 416-338-PAWS (7297) for more information. We are open daily from 10:30AM to 6:30PM!

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3.8 miles

Toronto Cat Rescue

Toronto, ON M8X 1Y3

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4.4 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services North Region

1300 Sheppard Avenue West, Toronto, ON M3K 2A6

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4.9 miles

Etobicoke Humane Society

67 Six Point Rd., Etobicoke, ON M8Z 2X3

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4.9 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services West Region

146 The East Mall, Toronto, ON M8Z 5V5

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Rescue

7.3 miles

Annex Cat Rescue

P.O. Box 19028, 360A Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON M5S 3C9

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Rescue

7.5 miles

Home at Last Rescue

113-518 Evans Ave., Etobicoke, ON M8W 2V4

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Rescue

11.9 miles

Team Cat Rescue

P.O. BOX 53061 ROYAL ORCHARD, THORNHILL, ON L3T 7R9

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Rescue

14.8 miles

North Toronto Cat Rescue

28 John Stiver Cresc., Markham, ON L3R 9A8

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15.2 miles

City of Toronto Animal Services East Region

821 Progress Avenue, Toronto, ON M1H 2X4

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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15.5 miles

Paws Above Rescue

15340 Dufferin St, King City, ON L7B 1K5

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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