Official Office: 254 Letcher Street, Sault Ste Marie, ON, P6C 4Y7
Office Phone: (705) 575-7030
Shelter Location: 515 Albert Street East, Sault Ste. Marie ON P6A 2K3
Shelter Phone: (705) 450-1888
Shelter Hours: 11 am to 1 pm and 7 pm to 9 pm. Call for appointment.
Site updated December 5, 2013
Sponsors are needed for some of our cats and one pooch – a female chihuahua pomeranian mix who is currently in foster care with her 3 pups. She will need to be spayed soon.
Christmas Draw Tickets Available
TAAG is always in need of Foster Homes to socialize feral kittens with TLC and patience, requiring a fair amount of time. Please email Cheryl if you are interested: email@example.com
Cat Colonies - In progress, capturing, giving shots, spaying or neutering, adding ear tags. Some of our volunteers have been building enclosures to keep Cat Colonies warm for the winter. TAAG had helped two other Catteries this past summer. From those colonies, 15 female feral cats and 4 males were fixed, 20 kittens were rescued, and there are another 10 to neuter from that group. Please consider donating to this worthy cause as funds for spay and neuter are constantly needed. We have a PayPal link at the bottom of the page, as well as contact information with a mailing address at the top of the page.
One of the Cat Colonies – October 2013: A caring citizen was feeding the of 5-6 month old kittens in this photo, living in her backyard.
She continues to feed them. Donations and sponsorships through TAAG has enabled most to be spayed and neutered. There were still two to be caught as of the end of October. TAAG enlisted the help of a veterinarian who spayed / neutered, tipped their ears, identifying them as TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) so the truly feral cats who are not adoptable can live comfortably in their own colony, unable to reproduce more kittens. They now have two shelters; the shed also has straw in it so they will be warm during winter. Mary-Lou, the caring grandmother, is working with them as they will only go to her when called at feeding time. She is trying to socialize them.
The single most important thing that can be done to save cats from the suffering and death that their overpopulation causes is spay and neuter. Please consider donating for spay or neuter to prevent unwanted populations and for the future well-being of the animals.
Lost and Found. Join us on . Please include a photo and description of your missing pet, including details such as where the pet is missing from, contact information, male/female, coloring, altered, declawed, distinguishing markings. TAAG has no boarding fee if we find and hold your lost pet, but a donation in lieu is always welcome.
Notice - TAAG Does Not Have a Drop Box! It can be a dangerous situation if a homeless cat and kittens are just dropped off in front of the door of the TAAG office. The shelter is not set up for this type of drop off as new arrivals need to be segregated for the well being of themselves and the shelter cats. If you have an urgent situation, please call the TAAG number listed above to work out a suitable arrangement.
We appreciate all support from individuals and business, enabling us to fulfill our Mission.
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