Toronto Pet Adoptions Listings

Find Dogs, Cats, Puppies and Kittens For Private Adoption in Toronto Ohio

Thinking about adopting a pet in Toronto? Our Toronto pet adoption listings include dogs, cats, puppies and kittens available for private adoption. We can help lead you to the right set of paws.

We showcase pre-loved pets looking for new homes throughout Toronto. These pets will be rehomed with supplies and vet records. You will be able to meet with the owner to learn all about each pet’s history, health, personality and care.

Toronto Pet Rehoming Services

Need to find a good home for a dog, cat, puppy or kitten in Toronto? Get your pet listed on our Toronto pet adoption listings today. Our team of experienced pet rehoming professionals will help you rehome your pet safely and effectively. Our services are offered for a one-time fee starting at just $29.95. Contact us today.

Fill out our intake form here. A member of our rehoming team will contact you to discuss your situation. You may also call us toll-free at (888) 720-3322. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Longhair Orange Tabby Cat Adoption Toronto

Stunning Flame Colored Longhair Cat For Adoption in Toronto – Supplies Included – Adopt Toryn

Toryn is one of the most drop-dead-gorgeous cats you will ever meet. He is a longhaired Tabby, with a vibrant red coat and amazing matching amber-colored eyes. He is nature's designer cat - an absolutely glorious little creature. Toryn is 10 years old. He has been fixed and weighs 8 pounds. Toryn is in good health. He loves to find sunbeams to bask in, and has a sweet personality and an amazing singing voice. Toryn is the right cat in the wrong setting. He is living among other cats, and with a toddler in the home. This scenario makes Toryn anxious, overstimulated and territorial. He will swipe at the other cats, and has also taken a few swipes at the little one in the home. With another baby on the way, his owners realize that things are only going to get worse for Taryn. They love him and want the best for him. To be happy, he needs to be the only pet in a home with just one or two adults.
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