Tucker has been found!

UPDATE NOV 29/17 We’ve had so many questions about the search for our missing dogs.  Here is a detailed play-by-play of Frankie and Tucker’s adventure: Account of Lost Dogs, Frankie & Tucker UPDATE NOV 25/17 Late last evening/ the efforts of our amazing volunteers and a team of specialists aiding us, paid off. Tucker, the little scamp, was located and […]

Toy Drive

Our friends from the Toronto Police 23 Division and PC Ryan Willmer are doing a pet supply drive on our behalf! Any new and unwrapped toys, treats, food, litter, or other supplies for cats and dogs can be brought to the police station, located at 5230 Finch Ave. West, Toronto. The last drop off date will be Tuesday, December 19th, 2017 Items […]

Telephone System Upgrade

We will be upgrading our telephone system on Tuesday, November 7th. Due to wires being rerouted, there will be no phone service and no voicemail. The work is expected to take one day and we will resume our normal phone service on Wednesday, November 8th. If you need immediate assistance, please contact us at the email addresses listed below. We […]

The Saga of Grace and Her Babies

Grace and her four beautiful kittens were trapped off the street and surrendered to EHS. A short time after going into foster, it was discovered that she had an odd lump on her side. A vet appointment was made immediately. The vet shaved and checked the lump, and a biopsy was scheduled as it was impossible to determine from the […]

Bowl-A-Thon Thank You!

Thank you all for supporting our 5th Annual Bowl-A-Thon. This has been our most successful event to date. We couldn’t have done it without your support and belief in the work that we do at EHS. Animals like Royal and Regal, our bonded couple, would have been separated long ago if not for the dedication of our volunteers.  Dahlia, who […]

Pet Ownership Costs Guide

Pet ownership is a long-term commitment.  On average, dogs live 10-13 years and cats live 14-18 years (the oldest living cat, Nutmeg, recently died at the age of 32!)  Many people are often unaware of the costs involved with long-term pet ownership.  When a dog breaks his leg or a cat develops an illness, the vet bills can quickly add up. […]

Cat Foster Orientation

We are looking to expand our network of fosters. We have redeveloped the cat foster program and would like to invite you to attend our orientation session on September 17th.  The number of fosters we can rely upon will directly affect the number of cats we are able to rescue. Where: 67 Six Point Road (Etobicoke Humane Society) boardroom. When: […]

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 […]

Donations

The Etobicoke Humane Society rescues hundreds of animals each year. We provide daily care, medical attention and affection for every animal that comes through our door. Our organization is 100% volunteer run with no paid positions – every dollar goes directly into animal care and operations. We do not receive government funding and rely solely on the financial donations and […]

It Was Time For Us To Change Our Shirt

Out with the old and in with the new. We wanted something fresh, fun, funky and fabulous! So we held a t-shirt design contest. We had several designs sent in some from professionals, some from amateurs all awesome and were impressed with so many of them. After a small panel of random EHS volunteers voted we made our choice. Working […]



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