“Friends, please remember that “fireworks nights” always have high incidences of all domestic pets bolting… please ensure their safety tonight and tomorrow during fireworks…”
THANK YOU C4P FOR YOUR PERMISSION TO POST THESE ANIMALS IN NEED.
Any persons interested in giving these wonderful pets a chance at a loving forever home please use contact information below.
Nixie: I am a spayed female, grey tabby Domestic Shorthair. The shelter staff think I am about 4 years old. I have been at the shelter since Jan 09, 2011.
Ask for information about animal ID number A555736
Nixie is a silver tabby that was the longest resident at Toronto Animal Services South Branch. She was there over a year and then finally, adopted out. A week or two later, poor Nixie was found locked in a box, in a park, in the middle of winter (minus 10 and below weather). Luckily, she was found by a kind stranger before she was hurt and brought back to TAS where she has remained ever since. The “adopter” was not charged because Nixie was found in time and according to Animal Services, intent could not be proven. The “adopter” didn’t like that Nixie and her current cat did not get along!
City of Toronto Animal Services South 416. 338.6688 (thanks Lilian for bringing Nixie to our attention)
Doc: 5 yr. English Pointer Neutered Male Quiet housepet. Active, Belly rubs, Commands. Doc is one frustrated dog because he has normal Pointer energy but has been kenneled and kept in a small apartment. English Pointers are more rare than German Shorthair and often not identified in shelters. Shelter has listed as mix with Lab. Breed is energetic, needs regular exercise…he may run and need to be on leash. He was returned because he was adopted to a lady in an apartment who said that he often tried UNsuccessfully to run in her tiny apartment! Shelter staff state: “Doc 5 years Neutered Male. Housetrained. He came through his Temperament Test with flying colours!! He loves people and knows commands sit, stay,come and down. He isn’t much of a barker. Doc will need a little bit of work on his manners, but we think he would make a great family pet or new best buddy for a single person. He loves to run, needs active home (on leash jog or run), or big well-fenced yard. Doc gets along with other dogs but isn’t really a fan of cats. Doc enjoys running and is a high energy dog who needs a yard to run in. He would make a great dog for almost anyone! Housetrained. No cats/rabbits. Napanee 613-354-2492 (20 minutes west of Kingston on 401).
Keeko & Yoshi Husky mixes are a bonded pair of HOUSEPETS need a home together. They will keep each other company when you are not home, and could exercise each other in a secure yard. This breed runs so must be kept secure. “Keeko & Yoshi were found running down a highway together, they are obviously from the same home and we will adopt them as a pair. They are housebroken and well behaved, with lots of energy typical of the breed. They are good together, but they dislike other dogs and are not suited with young children. No cats. Keeko is approx 6 years and Yoshi is approx 3 years. Both are affectionate / friendly, they know basic commands and would benefit from more training. They are typical huskies and can be quite vocal so a home in the country would be ideal. They enjoy each others company and will make a wonderful addition to their new home. The adoption fee will be reduced to place them together. They are up-to-date with routine shots, house trained and spayed/neutered. NO cats, dogs, young children.” Call 613-623-0916 Arnprior.
Tulip & Poppy (puggle sisters) are a bonded pair that have been together for their lives (12 years!) and at the shelter waiting for quite a while: They need a home together!! . Shelter staff state: “Tulip and Poppy are sisters and they just love each other. We are offering a 2 for 1 adoption fee. Tulip & Poppy were born on Nov 27, 1998, and would love to stay together, they are a joy to watch when they play together, so funny! They are spayed and have an adjusted adoption fee due to their need for **dental work and lumps and warts. They are rescued dogs.” It is not uncommon to find lumps & bumps on senior dogs which often are fatty deposits and warts which are often age warts, but these should be checked by vet. **Dental health is directly related to general health of all the body organs and is important to take care of. To give these sisters a home, call 905-356-4404 Niagara.
11 year old Bitty seriously needs rescue:
Rossy’s still looking for someone to love :
a spayed female Collie mix she is about 2-3 yrs. She lived in a rural rural shelter in Northern Quebec. She was at the shelter for over a yr. (Spared from being gassed) She was shipped to Toronto Animal Services about 3 wks ago. She dosent love other dogs so a home without other dogs is great
If anyone is interested pls see Toronto Animal Services south between 1030am-630pm 416-338-6668
Heidi needs surgical $ help:
Dear Cousin Jackson: Wire-hair Jack Russell Terrier, cuddly, fetches, loves water hose!
Oh, the JOY of a senior jack russell terrier! Still playful with years to go, but MELLOWER and usually cuddly! They are also a very smart breed that can live well into the teen years. Jackson is a very affectionate guy! He loves to cuddle and has many endearing traits that only a senior would have time to develop! He is good on leash and knows commands. He really enjoys playing fetch with his favourite ball and going on walks. He gets along with other dogs, on his own terms. Jackson came to Sheba’s Haven with diabetes, that is easily controlled. He has no problem with getting his needle twice a day. His insulun costs approx. $22/month (inc. tax). Needles cost approx. $30 for 100. Jackson is 10 years young. He has been to the doggie spa and was shaved down in this picture. This breed will run so must be kept secure. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Kingston Area – don’t let distance deter you. Spayed/Neutered � Up-to-date with routine shots � House trained � Prefers a home without: young children � Special Needs �
Denver (thanks Doug Hinton for helping) Female GSD :
I’m emailing you on behalf of some dog owners who found “Denver” at a forest tract in East Gwillimbury (near Newmarket) Easter Weekend. She may have been abandoned since a few people found dog biscuits and a loaf of bread left on a trail not far from where she was found. She had no collar, dog tags or microchip. Unfortunately none of the dog owners who found “Denver” are able to keep her. We’re now in the process of contacting many dog people and organizations to let them know about “Denver” in hopes that someone will adopt her.
“Denver”, is approximately a 6 year old German Shepherd who is now staying at the Georgina Animal Control and Adoption Centre, She is a very sweet girl but is shy. She will need a calm, quiet environment with adults that are gentle and confident. To assist in building confidence around strangers, Denver spends time in the front lobby of the adoption centre where she often greets visitors and licks their hands. She loves to play ball and enjoys being around other dogs.
contact Georgina Animal Control and Adoption Centre, 1-800-898-8606 or
Rocky:Jack Russell Terrier mix, 6 yr. ~15 lbs. or less, agility, flyball, jog!
This is a perfect age for this high energy breed. This breed can be comical and entertaining and often excels at flyball and agility activities. ‘Jacks” live well into the teen years and are highly intelligent and active. Rocky has been given another chance by being transferred to another shelter. The first shelter reported that Rocky does not get out to play when it rains, and so he is even more energetic when he finally does get out. Please understand that Rocky can be a settled companion once he gets regular exercise. This breed will run so must be kept secure; A well-fenced yard and a ball to fetch would do wonders for Rocky! “ROCKY Terrier, Jack Russell/Mix Male Neutered Approx. 15 lbs. or Less White 6 years 8 months Housetrained Partially No Cats.” . 613-354-2492 Napanee (20 min. west of Kingston on 401).
WILLY – sweet & deserving FIV+ boy needs foster home! or forever home!
this is sweet willy…who we affectionately refer to as ‘tuxedo willy’ for his beautiful tuxedo markings. willy has been vetted, vaccinated and neutered. he is a handsome, loving and affectionate boy..approximately 1 year old. he is FIV+, a common virus in stray cats but he’s healthy and happy and FIV cats can live a long wonderful life. we are seeking a foster home for willy since at the moment he only has a small bathroom space to call his own. of course he also needs a forever home!!
if you can help with fostering willy or know someone who can..please spread the word OR if you are interested in adopting willy…please email us at email@example.com. willy is excited to meet you!!
Check out his blog page at: http://projectpetrescue.wordpress.com/2011/05/03/willy/
Bob, handsome gray tabby, is between 10-14 yrs old was left at Pet Value East Scarboro to be the store cat, when owner died. Sadly, one of their employees are highly allergic to him and he must find another home�he�s a sweet loving happy go lucky kitty. Help is offered with transport. Rescuer States:
He was purring and heading me when I met him. He is very sweet and unlikely to get a home through normal channels given his age.
Please contact Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org to help Bob find a new forever home and pass this along.
ORA Petition to stop high kill rate at Hamilton Animal Control:
OSPCA Report on Ringworm outbreak, not:
Sled Dog Update:
Great article on “new” service dogs:
Alert re: Oshawa (ON) dog trainer charged with cruelty:
Top Chef Canada’s Horse Meat Episode Sparks Outrage
What does it take to rescue? (thanks Ariel Lang for sending)
Congratulations Coalition F�line of Montreal! – hereby invites you to visit our brand new, tri-lingual website created to offer strong solutions to the issue of cat overpopulation. We have been working on this site for two years now, and this launch coincides happily with Montreal’s recent decision to make big improvements to animal care. We are confident that our website will save them months of research (especially as most of the information available online has been written only in English). www.coalitionfeline.ca
Beautiful rescue of Eaglet in Victoria BC – check out concerned parents watching!
Special Needs Pet Babysitting available to owners/guardians of “special needs” animals only in Aurora (ON) Contact C4P@mediaintelligence.ca