Toronto Animal Services and Toronto Cat Rescue saved 300 cats from a “perilous hoarding situation” earlier this week.
And now, all of those fur-babies are up for adoption.
Spanning over three shelters across the city, plus some PetSmart locations, all of the cats have been spayed or neutered, dewormed, and checked for general health.
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Toronto, we have a lot of cats available! The cats that came from the home with about 300 cats are coming up for adoption. Please share this post and make a difference. https://t.co/ViA1ZV1eFW, 4163387297. All 3 shelters and some PetSmart locations. #cats #cityofto pic.twitter.com/MXj5pwYpq7
— TO Animal Services (@TOAnimalService) May 10, 2019
“We know all of these cats deserve a new beginning and a place in a family,” the city’s Animal Services tweeted.
And to up the ante, some of the kitties have notably winning names including Kawhi, Spicy P, and Danny Money Green.
Hey @Raptors, we named a bunch of cats after #basketball players! Meet Spicy P, Kawhi, Danny Money Green… (KLow has been adopted). Good luck on the game tonight! #cityofto #WeTheNorth #NBAPlayoffs #toronto #yyz #the6ix pic.twitter.com/M7dMbutoS5
— TO Animal Services (@TOAnimalService) May 9, 2019
By adopting, you can save a life while enriching your own.
So if you’ve been considering bringing home a little fur ball and you’ve been waiting for a sign… this is it.