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Keep your home pet-safe for the holidays

December 1, 2017

Do you know the five things you should keep out of your home this holiday season to help keep your pets safe? At this time of year, there are plenty of festive decorations and seasonal treats in B.C. homes, along with visiting friends and family members, and often, loud noises of celebration.   “No one …

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Home for the holidays: Draft horse rescued from wildfires and neglect happy in new ranch home

December 1, 2017

Found in a hot spot in Williams Lake in the summer, when wildfires were still ravaging the area, this large draft horse was barely able to walk, as his hooves were so neglected and overgrown, it was painful for him to move. Now named Malachi, the handsome white horse has a new home on an …

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Plans underway for new BC SPCA animal centre in Squamish

November 29, 2017

The BC SPCA’s Sea to Sky Branch is expanding its presence in Squamish with a new storefront location. “We’re excited to be moving to a larger facility and to be offering new services and programs for animals and pet guardians in the region,” said Craig Daniell, chief executive officer of the BC SPCA. The new …

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Burns Lake animal charity helps community cats with BC SPCA grants

November 23, 2017

Thanks to a BC SPCA Community Animal Spay/Neuter Grant, the Lakes Animal Friendship Society (LAFS), a Burns Lake animal charity, has been able to help improve the community cat crisis in the area. “Zolley and Dooey were two kittens born into a colony that we were able to get adopted into loving homes. They were …

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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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