Help us find homes for Sheldon and Morton

Please see the bios below written by their foster mom!




When Sheldon first arrived he was tired from the travels so after he ate and figured out his new space, we cuddled him while he was on his back signing the soft kitty song from Big Bang Theory and he was out for the night. He was then named Sheldon from that point on! This little guy holds the title for being the current biggest kitten, and appears like he’s the tallest as well. Sheldon loves the humans and always rushes to door to greet us. He likes to eat his food fast, then help everyone else finish theirs. You can find him easily as he has traditional orange tabby stripes – but he has tall white boots on. He loves to play with his brothers and sisters, balls, and of course a good box is always exciting! Newest fascination- human feet! Wear socks around him for now!





Morton was named from my daughter again, this time from a dream of an all orange/ginger cat who became a support kitty. He has a small spot of white on his belly side. Morton is fearless. He came out of the crate running on the first night, he isn’t afraid of much at all. He’s a cuddle bug and loves to eat. He will often pick cuddling with a human, rather than his fur family. He loves his food, and naps. Every time he hears humans coming, he runs for the door as the greeter. He also tries to sneak out and explore the rest of the house. He can hold his own with our dogs, but he’s too small to be amalgamated into the house just yet, as my one dog is a little too rough for his small size. He is very interested in the calm dog though! He is a very well rounded kitten.

If interested in the kittens please contact The Underdog Railroad of Canada at or 416-605-4427.

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To Our Valued Clients,

Our top priority is to provide exceptional care to our patients while safeguarding our staff and our community.  We continue to maintain our regular business hours and we are available to see you and your pets for essential veterinary health care services.

We have been monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely and want to notify you of changes we are making at for the welfare of our staff, clients and patients. We have taken great care to implement safeguards to help reduce the spread of this virus.

Amended Procedures:

  • The doors to the hospital will be closed to the public
  • Visitors to the hospital must remain outside the hospital. This includes walk-ins, appointments and food/prescription purchases.
  • We will not be performing fit-n-fury, birthday exams, nail trims, routine dentals and non-essential surgeries until further advised.
  • We will no longer accept cash or in-person payment.


  • A copy of our admittance and discharge instructions and patient history forms will be sent to you prior to the scheduled appointment.
  • Please remain in your vehicle and call us when you arrive in the parking lot.
  • We will assess your Covid-19 risk using the "patient screening pathway”.
  • When we are ready, we will motion for you to bring your pet from your vehicle to the clinic door. All dogs must be on leash and cats must be in carriers.
  • The veterinarian will call at the end of the examination or video conference you during the examination to discuss examination findings and recommendations.


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We have been in constant contact with the suppliers and manufacturers responsible for ensuring our hospitals have sufficient supply of veterinary diets and over the counter products, and we do not anticipate any disruption to this supply. However, instances of buying large quantities of these products have strained the supply chain. We respectfully request that our clients limit their purchases of these products to immediate need plus one month’s supply to ensure all clients and patients have access to these products.

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