Our 2nd @Toronto Animal Services's West Adoption Day is ..

There have been many changes taking place at the Toronto Animal Services South location where I volunteer, I will be writing about this in a separate future post, cat adoptions have been on the increase and intake has been on the decrease. During the last few years this has also meant there have been less cats to socialize as the turn around time for adoptions has become much quicker.

▶ Adopt a cat: Toronto Animal Services' Fall in Love program - YouTube

At the end of the day Saturday Toronto Animal Services adopted 110+ cats and all groups combined adopted a total of 450 animals! Due to the success of the first two days, it was confirmed that we would bring in cats from the city of London Ontario to help find homes for an additional 30 cats on Sunday.

Our 2nd @Toronto Animal Services's West Adoption Day is this Sunday

Pandora and Delila Pound Dogs Toronto Animal Services - dog adoption - animal shelter All animals on this blog are at Toronto Animal Services South, a public shelter where I volunteer. If you’re interested in adopting or have any questions, just send me an ask!

Adoptables – Toronto Animal Services | Pet Photographer

At the end of the day Saturday Toronto Animal Services adopted 110+ cats and all groups combined adopted a total of 450 animals! Due to the success of the first two days, it was confirmed that we would bring in cats from the city of London Ontario to help find homes for an additional 30 cats on Sunday.

Adoptables – Toronto Animal Services | Toronto Pet Photographer ..


TAS is an important part of our city. Thanks to the work of TAS, the city has a good reputation for animal rescue, and Torontonians have a reliable resource for retrieving lost pets, adopting new pets, and reporting injured or dead animals. It’s important to us that injured or deceased animals are treated properly when they are picked up, especially as injured or deceased animals could be someone’s pet. It is also important to us that all lost or surrendered animals are treated humanely, and that adoption is encouraged. We are an animal-loving city and this is a service in which we can take pride.I’m not sure if you’re familiar with an initiative that’s making the rounds on social media called #feedthedeed. It was started by a student at the University of Western Ontario where one student nominates a friend to do a good deed. Once they do it’s posted on Facebook and that person nominates another. My oldest son was home from university last week and he was nominated to Feed the Deed. Being an animal lover (yes he’s a chip of the old blog) he decided to gather supplies (old towels and blankets we had at home) then bought some toys, collars and leashes and head to Toronto Animal Services (TAS) near our home to donate all of these things to the shelter. I accompanied him to the shelter that day and while there I started talking to the staff and I let them know that I was a photographer and if they ever needed pictures taken of their animals I would be more than happy to help them out. They already had a photographer but indicated that TAS West Region was in need of pictures for their adoption page and would I mind coming out one weekend to photograph the animals.