A Rescue Tail

Friends Gizem and Sara are volunteers at Etobicoke Humane Society. They understand the value of life and what it means for an animal to be mistreated, abandoned or abused. Gizem was spending time at her uncle’s farm and came across a malnourished and lethargic kitten covered in mud and bleeding from her tail. The kitten was very small and could barely move […]

My Experience Fostering

I got into fostering cats and kittens after I first adopted two sisters from a local shelter. I went in and saw two small kittens and I was interested in knowing more about where they had been raised. This is where I learned that cats with kittens or expecting kittens or even orphaned kittens go to “foster homes”. After my […]

Is Fostering For You?

Fostering is a great way to help animals find their “forever homes” and in return be proud that you had something to do with that goal. Being a foster parent can be a challenging job at times. Foster animals may come to us for several reasons and may carry several health or mental injuries or they may be long loved […]

Should FIV Stop you from Adopting an Awesome Cat?

Who wouldn’t take a big, friendly, gorgeous and sweet FIV-positive cat home? This is what we at the EHS are waiting to find out. Not everyone is aware of what FIV really means, and it is important to have a discussion to help people comprehend the true nature of FIV and not the myths that confuse and scare people away […]

Meet Nugget

Hi, my name is Nugget. I have had quite a rough stretch in my life. I had a family and a home; I was the king of the castle, but my reign was cut short. In the blink of an eye, I lost all the luxuries I had known. All I loved and cherished disappeared I was surrendered and found […]

EHS Alumni

Photo cred: Anastassia Pronsky Instagram: @anastassiabnphotography Hashtag: #bnphotographyTO Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BN-Photography-6326647193/?fref=ts Jax came into the shelter as Mike a rescue from Quebec. Although a very lovable guy, Jax had unwanted behaviours that many applicants didn’t want in a dog. Many either withdrew their applications or declined adopting him after having him in their home during the home visits. It took 3 months, 18 applications and […]

With Your Help This Phoenix Will Rise

  Help this Phoenix Rise By Supporting Our Fundraiser https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/etobicokehumanesociety/PhoenixandotherEHSdogsinneed/    Phoenix’s past is a bit of a mystery. What we do know is that it has been traumatic. She is a blind, elderly Boxer who was bred multiple times. Despite her history Phoenix is full of energy and loves to cuddle, play and go for walks. Etobicoke Humane Society wants to ensure that the remainder of her life is the best it can be.   Unfortunately, given her […]

What is a “Bonded Pair?”

You may have noticed that Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) has two beautiful dogs up for adoption that are listed as a “bonded pair” right now, Royal (tan male) and Regal (black female). At the shelter we understand that the thought of taking home two pups instead of one might be daunting for some, so EHS would like to explain what it means to come across a “bonded pair” in […]

Common Questions About The Adoption Process

Are you considering adopting an animal at Etobicoke Humane Society? Have you visited this site several times and felt a tug on your heartstrings when looking at one of our cats or dogs? Have you stopped by our location on Six Point Road and wanted to leave with a new family member that very moment? If this sounds like you, […]

The Discomfort and Dire Consequences of Entropion In Cats

Myrtle is such a sweet gentle cat who has only ever known pain and discomfort. Etobicoke Humane Society saved her from a Quebec kill shelter the night before she was scheduled for euthanization. Myrtle has been diagnosed with Entropion, which is a condition that is common in dogs, but only seen occasionally in cats. She has had it from birth […]



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