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Mabel

Mabel

April 12, 2021

I met Mabel (formerly T-Rex) when I was volunteering at Toronto Humane Society and it was definitely love at first sight.

She’s been home with us now for a few months and she’s a total goofball. She loves to run around the backyard playing with sticks, and she’s even learned to wipe her paws! She gets along great with her brother Cain, a cat we adopted from the Toronto Humane Society almost 6 years ago and has even started copying some of his grooming habits.

Thank you to, Toronto Humane Society, for helping us find our furry family!


CJ

CJ

April 07, 2021

We have been so happy! CJ finished all his medications, and he is so energetic and playful.

My kids and I have so much fun with CJ. We are all feel so excited to have and to love him. This little guy is so special to us.

Thank you to all the staff at Toronto humane Society who worked so hard to take care of CJ and all the other animals. From the bottom of my heart - big, big thank you!


Wilbur

Wilbur

April 06, 2021

I adopted Wilbur in 2011. He was the shyest cat, but he has since then come out of his shell. He also now has a great dog sibling.

He’s 16 and we call him the Benjamin Button cat, because as he gets older, he seems to get more limber. He is missing some teeth, but he can still jump from the floor to the back of the couch, to the table – you name it!

Pay attention to the animals that sit in the back of their cages and may not want to see you right then, because when they come out of their shells they will flourish!


Raia

Raia

April 01, 2021

We are so thankful to have been given the opportunity to adopt Raia (formerly Brimacombe). She has made our home complete and even more full of love than before.

She is great with our kids and is starting to develop more of her personality. She will happily lay around and take naps but is always up for fun! Raia has also found her voice and will now “talk” to us when something is of concern to her – like if I don’t get her food fast enough!

She’s getting used to car rides and loves meeting new people, she is very friendly, playful and curious!

We are looking forward to helping her continue to explore the world and live a happy life. Thank you, Toronto Humane Society, for giving us this special opportunity to bring her into our home and our hearts.