Links & Resources

COMMUNITY RESOURCES:

  1. Click here to download a free brochure on how to answer questions from your neighbors about feral/community cats so they can understand them better, learn to co-exist peacefully with them, and appreciate and support Trap Neuter Return.
  2. Click here for the Toronto Street Cats TNR Manual.  This manual is a blueprint for establishing a Trap-Neuter-Return program in your community. The document features many links to reference documents, video clips, and other website.

ARTICLES & REPORTS:

Canadian Federation of Humane Societies:  Accessible Spay/Neuter project – an Implementation Toolkit

Inside Toronto (for additional articles, visit InsideToronto.com) Cat on papers

  1. March 10, 2014 – Partnerships with Toronto Feral Cat Coalition
  2. January 27, 2014 – Helping Toronto’s alley cats
  3. December 9, 2013 – Alley Cat Ally talks no-kill
  4. November 4, 2013 – Alley Cat Ally: Toronto and the No-Kill Movement
  5. October 14, 2013 – San Francisco helping feral cats

Toronto Star – Long-time feline squatters on the move again – February 19, 2013

Cats in Canada: A Comprehensive Report on the Cat Overpopulation Crisis – CFHS 2012

Toronto Staff Newsletter Summer 2011 – Cool City Job

Shelter Medicine 2009 – Scardey Cat or Feral Cat?

The Behaviour Department 2008 – The Way to Tame a Feral Kitten’s Heart

MEDIA:

Global News – Feral Cat Awareness 2013

Media Release 2012 – Regent Park Spay Strays Project

November 2012 Article – Toronto Street Cats in the Cabbagetown Neighbourhood Review

Click here for additional articles

LEGISLATION:

Toronto Municipal Code: Chapter 349 Animals By-Law

Example of By-Law Recommendations to Council: Submission to The Town of The Blue Mountains (2012)