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The Toronto Humane Society makes an appearance on CP24 and an adoptable animal from Toronto Humane Society is featured. Tune in to channel 24 at 8:30am.
The number of animals at the Toronto Humane Society has been reduced from over 1,000 to fewer than 500; Shiller said that 60 sick or wounded animals were euthanized, and the rest were adopted out or sent to other shelters with more space. Many former employees have returned to the Toronto Humane Society to volunteer since the OSPCA raid. Laking, who was fired after clashing with the former management, said she's thrilled to see the animals in new hands.
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The council of Toronto then voted that pet stores could only sell animals that came from reputable breeders or shelters. Finally, the city took the next step, and now absolutely no dogs or cats will be sold. Instead, pet stores will now take in homeless animals from shelters or rescue societies and offer them up for adoption.Abbey Cat Adoptions is a registered Canadian charity dedicated to finding permanent homes for unwanted cats and kittens throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Each year, ACA rescues cats from outdoor environments and overcrowded shelters. Our cats live in a network of volunteer foster homes throughout the GTA until they are adopted into suitable, loving homes; we do not have a shelter. We are not government funded and we have no paid staff; we rely exclusively on the generosity of like-minded animal lovers to fund our program.This deals a harsh blow to puppy mills, who sell most of their animals to pet stores. If other cities follow suit, puppy mills may soon be on the decline. Also, millions of animals are euthanized every year because they cannot find a home, and many believe that it is more beneficial to adopt an animal from a shelter than to buy from a breeder. Toronto has taken a groundbreaking step in the world of domestic animal rights, and this decision will influence other cities to do the same. Commend Toronto for helping end animal homelessness and cruelty.'A bad picture for all animal shelters' Since the November raid, the OSPCA has been operating the Toronto Humane Society and recently re-opened it for adoptions. Accusations of abuse at a shelter can cut both ways for animal welfare groups in general, Morris said. People who complained about the shelter tend to be grateful for the intervention; but tales of abusive shelters can turn other people off from adopting shelter pets or supporting their local shelter.