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Our Featured Pet is Charlie the Husky mix.


Charlie is a handsome 3-year-old husky mix. He's a healthy, energetic boy that would love to have someone special in his life. He is very comfortable with the other dogs in his current location. The adoption fee is $400.00 and includes 2 series of vaccinations, micro-chipping and spaying. To apply to adopt Charlie please complete application on line at http://www.ora-animalsrescue.org/dogadoption.html
Please open your heart and your home to this energetic dog today.

For more info, please call Claudia at 416-726-5762 or 905-727-6375.

Who We Are
ORA — Organization for the Rescue of Animals — is a registered Canadian charity completely run by volunteers. ORA operates in and around the Greater Toronto Area, working for the well-being and protection of all our fellow animals. While we are devoted to protect the rights and interests of any animal species, we have found ourselves largely involved with the rescue of cats.
We think that all cats should be neutered and spayed because there aren’t enough homes for the cats that fill our city’s rescues and shelters now. ORA’s activities include rescuing stray and feral cats and taking in cats surrendered by their owners. Cats we rescue are vaccinated, spayed or neutered and de-wormed as needed. They receive any other necessary veterinary care and then are placed in a foster home (if a suitable adoptive home is not readily available).

Adopting a Friend
We may have other cats for adoption that aren’t listed here. If you wish to adopt e-mail us or phone 416-726-5762. We will be delighted to hear from you.

We Need You!
CAN YOU HELP THE CATS BY BECOMING A “FOSTER PARENT”?
Like most rescues, we do not have paid staff and we do not have a shelter. Any cats that we rescue — stray, feral or abandoned — must be kept in a foster home. We would be unable to rescue most cats if we had to wait for a suitable adoptive home. All rescued cats are boarded at a previously screened home until we can find a permanent adoptive home. The foster home should provide a tranquil environment for the cats and be able to give them the necessary care, attention and emotional support. The cat you foster doesn't necessarily need access to your entire home; sometimes a spare room or small bathroom is sufficient, depending on the cat. If you will help us to help them, we can save more cats from unhappy fates. Talk to us, and we'll find a foster cat that will fit your circumstances and lifestyle.

Donations are always needed and welcome.
Official receipts for income tax purposes will be issued.
Please make cheques payable to
ORA—Organization for the Rescue of Animals.

Charitable registration #85580 9448 RR0001

Visit our Web site at http://www.ora-animalsrescue.org/

ORA — Organization for the Rescue of Animals
300 Coxwell Ave., PO Box 22608, Toronto, ON M4L 2A0
Phone: 416-726-5762

Email: info@ora-animalsrescue.org

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