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Plans underway for new BC SPCA animal centre in Tri-Cities

November 16, 2017

The BC SPCA is moving forward with plans to open a new storefront animal centre in the Tri-Cities area early in 2018. The new facility will replace the SPCA’s existing facility in Port Coquitlam. “We’re excited to be moving to a larger facility and to be expanding our services to animals and pet guardians in …

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Prince George takes big step toward addressing cat crisis

Caged rescued feral stray cat
November 14, 2017

Several cat colonies were brought under control and 221 cats were fixed thanks to a PetSmart Charities™ of Canada grant awarded to the BC SPCA North Cariboo Branch to address free-roaming cats in and around the city of Prince George. “We were able to bring three feral cat colonies in Prince George under control through …

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Tail fail: Brave Sunshine Coast SPCA kitty must have tail removed

November 8, 2017

A brave young cat at the Sunshine Coast SPCA must have his tail amputated. Found by a Good Samaritan as a stray, the last bit of his tail was crushed, bloody and blackened from dead tissue. Named Ron Weasley, this flame-point Siamese feline must undergo surgery before he’s available for adoption. “Ron just adores affection! …

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Comox SPCA staff hope animal lovers can lend Bella a helping paw

November 8, 2017

Found with her paw caught in a trap, six-month-old puppy Bella had a tough go for more than two days, as she’s from a rural area and the weather prevented her from getting the crucial care she needed. Once the weather cleared enough for travel, Pacific Coastal Airlines generously rushed the injured pup to Comox …

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Puppies from Chilliwack breeder growing, thriving in care

November 1, 2017

The two Chihuahua puppies wobble unsteadily on little legs, giving little whimpers and yelps on occasion, slowly making their way around the house where they live with their Mom, Pekoe, and foster fur-Mom Jessica Richardson. Taken into BC SPCA care when they were only one day old, the female puppies, temporarily named Chai and Mocha, …

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Get more love for less: BC SPCA holds adoption event for adult cats

October 31, 2017

Calling all cat people. To accommodate and support large surrenders of cats (30 plus) in remote communities around the province, the BC SPCA is holding a half-price adult cat adoption promotion at nearly all of its branches across B.C. to encourage animal lovers to come and check out the felines in the society’s care. “We’re …

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Construction begins on BC SPCA’s new Community Animal Centre in West Kootenay

October 25, 2017

Work is now under way on the BC SPCA’s new West Kootenay Community Animal Centre in Castlegar. The new 4,250-square-foot facility, to be located at 124 Heritage Way (west of the airport), is expected to open by June 2018. “We are extremely excited about the new centre and are grateful to the provincial government, the …

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Prince Rupert SPCA staff hope public can help cat found with embedded collar

October 19, 2017

He was found with a collar so deeply embedded, he couldn’t put weight on his front leg. Toby, a handsome one-year-old cat at the Prince Rupert SPCA, had a collar that was stuck around his neck and under one of his front legs, causing severe infection and tissue damage to the area. “The metal part …

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Cute alert: Cuddles the kitten needs help from his animal-loving friends

October 18, 2017

Only a month old when his leg was broken, Cuddles never received veterinary care. The brave kitten’s leg now curls under, causing him to walk with a limp and leading to sores all over his leg. As the weather grew colder in Williams Lake and the snow started to fall, Cuddles is lucky a Good …

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