Toronto Humane Society Reopens for Adoptions January 4th

TORONTO, Dec. 31 /CNW/ - The Toronto Humane Society is happy to announce that animal adoptions from the 11 River Street Facility will resume on January 4th, 2010.

"We are excited to be restarting adoptions at this location and that these animals are being given the opportunity to find new, forever homes." said Ian McConachie, Senior Communicator of the Toronto Humane Society. "We will continue to work with the Ontario SPCA to place as many animals as possible up for adoption."

Anyone considering adopting an animal is welcome to visit our website to preview the many animals awaiting new homes. We are expecting to have approximately 100 cats and 20 dogs available for adoption on January 4th with more to become available in the following days.

The Toronto Humane Society is a not-for-profit organization solely funded through charitable donations that has been delivering care to animals since 1887. Its mission is to promote the humane care and protection of all animals and to prevent cruelty and suffering.

SOURCE Toronto Humane Society

For further information: For further information: Ian McConachie, Senior Communicator, Toronto Humane Society, (416) 984-3097,

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