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News | Jul 07, 2016
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CRITTER CHATTER: Paul and Simon and Lady Georgia are looking for belly rubs and pats in their new homes

Welcome to July’s adoptable furry friends. You’ll meet the feline brother team of Paul and Simon as well as a lovely large...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
Pets | Jun 02, 2016
Critter Chatter

CRITTER CHATTER: Bishop the cocker spaniel and Mia a loving long-hair cat are looking for homes

Bishop and Mia welcome you to the June adopt-a-pet column in hopes of catching your attention to their plight. Senior boy...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
News | May 26, 2016
Cooling down at Woofstock

Woodbine Park in the Beach goes to the dogs for Woofstock

Woofstock, North America’s largest festival for dogs, will be taking over Woodbine Park in the Beach this weekend. The...

York Guardian
News | May 06, 2016
Einsten the cat stolen

Public help sought in Toronto kitten abduction after four-month-old ‘Einstein’ taken from Pet Valu store

A cat theft at the Newtonbrook Pet Valu has Toronto-based charitable organization Team Cat Rescue looking to the public for...

North York Mirror | by Justin Skinner
Pets | May 05, 2016
Critter Clem

CRITTER CHATTER: Meet sweet charmer Clem and handsome Kitty

Welcome the month of May by meeting Clem and Kitty. Clem, a gentle hound mix, is looking for a home where he can lounge and...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
News | Apr 07, 2016
Critter Chatter

CRITTER CHATTER: Lilly, a Boston terrier mix, and Frankie looking for families who want to love them

Spring into April with Frankie and Lilly. You’ll read how survivor Frankie was found hungry and neglected with a serious eye...

North York Mirror | by Lorraine Houston
Feb 18, 2016

Global Pet Foods in North York is help pets in need at Toronto Animal Services

Global Pet Foods is raising money to help pets in need at Toronto Animal Services. Until Sunday, Feb. 28, pet parents...

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Feb 04, 2016

CRITTER CHATTER: Cali, the calico, wants a loving one-cat family, while Bowie needs someone as active as this Rhodesian Ridgeback/doberman mix

Looking for love this February? Want to give your heart to someone this Valentine’s Day? No need for or EHarmony...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lorraine Houston
Dec 01, 2015

Join the Christmas Bird Count hosted by Ontario Nature and Bird Studies Canada

The Christmas Bird Count, which runs Dec. 14 to Jan. 5, are daylong, volunteer-run bird surveys organized locally by...

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Nov 24, 2015

Responsible dog ownership report says Toronto needs more public education

There are around 230,000 dogs in Toronto – more dogs than there are people in Richmond Hill – and last year those Toronto...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Nov 18, 2015

Make a donation to Toronto Wildlife Centre and they will send a wildlife card in thanks

The Toronto Wildlife Centre has a couple of ways people can help the city’s urban creatures. Just in time for Christmas,...

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Nov 05, 2015

CRITTER CHATTER: Joy, a domestic short-haired cat, and Little Man, a long-hair chihuahua are looking for new homes

Welcome to November’s adoptables. You’ll meet Joy, a senior feline who has been waiting at the shelter for someone to...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Lorraine Houston
Jul 31, 2015

Toronto lowers adoption fees during ‘cat days of summer’

The City of Toronto is holding an adoption blitz to help residents find furry feline friends. Until Aug. 31, it is...

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Jun 13, 2015

7 ways to enjoy the summer in Toronto – for free

There are lots of things to do in Toronto and many things are free. Here are 7 ways to have fun without spending a penny....

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Jun 05, 2015

“Adopt” a baby at Toronto Wildlife Centre

Wild animals in Toronto have it tough. They face danger on our roads, from our pets and from our garbage. Sometimes...

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Jun 03, 2015

7 top blogs for May at

Toronto Wildlife Centre’s Julia Coey’s article about dispelling spring myths was the top blog for May. More than 1,000...

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