Cat City is also full of great stories. Robert Brydges, his mother dying of cancer, started to feed a colony of feral cats in the Bluffs: “I made a promise to them that I’d be here for them for the rest of their lives, that no matter what was going on in my life I’d be here for them.” He ended up meeting his girlfriend there, too. Shirley had prayed that someone would take care of the colony, and within a week Brydges showed up. As Shirley puts it, “this place became like a sanctuary for…
The cat in this photo is Cheshire aka: the Brad Pitt of Cats. The cat that Jack Lakey reports on is HalfMask, who still lives and is cared for at the Scarborough Bluffs. The Fixer: All but one of Bluffers feral cats is gone - thestar.com Published on Monday March 14, 2011
The Toronto Humane Society Scratching Post features Jack Lakey's article: Coyotes Dining on Bluffers Feral Cats.
#39: From Bluffer’s Park to Largo Argentina: Let the Feral Cats Be
A group of area residents who have spent years looking after feral cats in Bluffers Park say they're worried the city will remove the colony after a dog owner complained that the kitties beat up on their bull terrier.