Billabong is our Featured Feline from North Toronto Cat Rescue

North Toronto Cat Rescue Billabong

Meet Billabong – DOB: April 2016

Billabong along with his 5 siblings (Jackaroo, Kiwi, Steve Irwin, Sydney & Kanga) and their Mom (Tilley) were rescued from a life on the streets when NTCR received a call about a family that was found stuck in a window well in the Vaughan area. A handsome fella with shiny black fur that has a brown under coat, with faint patches of white on his chest & belly and stunning amber eyes. He has a charming, silly and playful purrsonality and would make an amazing addition to any family. Billabong is an independent, non- stop, always on the go, lively, full of curiosity, fun with an eagerness to explore the world, who loves attention and affection. Excellent with all his roommates, Billabong would love to be adopted with one of his siblings, as part of a pair or to join a family that already has a friendly cat he can befriend and bond with.



About North Toronto Cat Rescue

This column features Toronto pets available for adoption.

Our current features come from North Toronto Cat Rescue which is a no kill, no cage shelter in Markham, Ontario, Canada. They have saved over 2000 cats over the years from both the harsh environments of life on the streets and from kill shelters in Ontario and Québec. They care for both kittens and adult cats. I always like to promote getting an adult cat as it is a lot easier to pick the cat with the right temperament for you.

The NTCR shelter is run by volunteers with no government assistance. They currently have around 200 plus awesome cats that would love a good home. Go and visit them soon!

For more info, Visit the NTCR Website.




On another Note, NTCR is in trouble as they are losing their home in 2016 for development of the area. If you can offer any help in finding a new home for the almost 200 cats at the shelter, that would be amazing.

GoFundMe Page Page



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