Come out and support Caring Hearts Cat Rescue & Sanctuary at our 1st annual Valentine’s Gala. There will be a very elegant 5 course sit
Whether you are a first time pet parent, or have welcomed companion animals into your home for many years, questions always arise about how best to care for your fur baby. Caring Hearts Cat Rescue and Sanctuary has searched the web for some articles to help answer those questions.
- Why should I spay my female cat?
- Should I neuter my male indoor cat?
- Help on introducing a new cat to your home
- Introducing your cat to a new cat
- Is it okay to have my cat de-clawed
- Ways to help solve a cat’s behavioural issues
Surrendering Your Cat to Caring Hearts Cat Rescue and Sanctuary
Caring Hearts Cat Rescue and Sanctuary firmly believes that your relationship with your pet should be a lifelong commitment. However, we do understand that sometimes circumstances arise that make this difficult.
Surrendering your cat to a rescue or shelter should be your last resort for rehoming your animal. Before contacting Caring Hearts to inquire about surrendering your cat, please consider all your other alternatives. Sometimes friends or family members can step in to help. Social media offers options for finding a safe and caring new home for your cat. Sometimes the problem you are experiencing can be addressed in ways you hadn’t considered. The Toronto Humane Society offers some great ideas for overcoming some of the following issues:
If you feel you are unable to overcome the problems you are experiencing with your cat, and have no other alternative but to surrender your pet, you can apply to Caring Hearts Cat Rescue and Sanctuary to take in your cat. There is a $100 fee to surrender your cat. Please Note: Caring Hearts can only take surrenders when space is available. If you would like to apply to surrender your cat(s), please fill out the form below:
We have also provided links to other rescue organizations or animal welfare groups in our area below: