The Animal Assistance Group
Office Phone: (705) 575-7030
Email: theanimalassistancegroup@hotmail.com

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The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG) is a Non-Profit Registered Charity Run Solely by Dedicated Volunteers, Relying on Fundraising, Sponsorship and Donations from the Public to Assist in the Care or Placement of the Homeless Pets Coming their Way.  

Cats in TAAG's care are updated on shots, tested for FELV, de-wormed, de-flead, and spayed or neutered (except young kittens or otherwise stated). Homeless cats stay with TAAG until adopted. TAAG strives to help control the pet population through a focus on spay and neuter, offering assistance through a discounted spay / neuter service to those who qualify, enabling people in special circumstances the opportunity of pet ownership. 

Official receipts are issued for donations over $10 for income tax purposes. Although we work primarily with cats, we do occasionally have dogs and other types of pets in our care or in foster homes. If you are interested in adopting a pet or one of the cats available, please contact us.

We greatly appreciate all support from individuals and business in our community, enabling us to fulfill our Mission. The following adoption locations gererously help TAAG cats and kittens find homes:

‚ÄčPetValu

Paw N Pet Food


Sault Animal Hospital

History of TAAG

The Animal Assistance Group was founded 26 years ago by a group of five incredible women. For many years, close friends, Marg MacreathGladys BennettBetty BreedEleanor Dunn and Christa Dilanzo, worked tirelessly to find alternatives to the high cost of spay and neuter services. Their work and dedication will not go unrecognized, as today we strive to follow in their footsteps, to continue their work, and improve on an organization that was founded on love and caring for animals in need. Up until June 26, 2010, Christa Dilanzo of the original five, worked together with Cheryl Alberta, and many of our dedicated long standing members and wonderful volunteers, The Animal Assistance Group continues to help people and their pets in our community.

Christa Dilanzo, the last standing member of the original five founding members of The Animal Assistance Group sadly passed away Saturday June 26, 2010. Christa was a tireless, compassionate and true champion for homeless animals for many years. Christa was best friend and constant companion to Cheryl, the current President of the group and to many who knew her. She will be sadly missed by many.

My Wish ~ Nicole B.
A starving dog should never go hungry, and never go cold
No pet should be forgotten because they were old
There should not be a cat to roam as a stray
They have no silver lining all their clouds are dirty and gray
But I am just one little girl merely a child
So why are my dreams so dumb and so wild?
To give a home to every stray
To warm the ice cold hearts that throw them away
Because they were too old to play
And every stray that I might meet
I’ll find them a home and give them something to eat
But most of all I’ll give them love
Because animals are my gift from above
And now I can go back to bed
Because I’ve written down what’s in my head
The thoughts and tears that keep me awake
The wish I wish for every birthday cake
And maybe my wish will some day come true
but it’s not only up to me, it’s up to you.

 
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