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Adoption Stories

Queen Felicia

Adopted April 12, 1999 from

Queen Felicia came into the care of the BC SPCA sometime in 1999. She lived a long life with her adoptive guardian, and in memoriam, her guardian has kindly shared these beautiful memories of her animals, including Queen Felicia: When I woke up on December 12, 1999 I had no idea what was in store …

Storm (aka Roxy)

Adopted June 2, 2016 from

Storm was surrendered to the BC SPCA Quesnel & District Branch in January 2016 because she was too active for her previous guardian. The young pup was a bit less than a year old and bursting with energy, so she needed a guardian who loved to play and exercise as much as she did. Storm …

Monte

Adopted February 17, 2013 from

Monte came into the care of the BC SPCA Quesnel & District Branch in January 2013 from a reserve north of Prince George. He was a sweet but timid boy with a fear of squeaky toys, and who had been use to roaming freely in wide open spaces. Incredibly, Monte is now a city dog, …

Sterling

Adopted February 20, 2013 from

In early December 2012, tiny kitten Sterling was abandoned in a box left at the gate of the BC SPCA Quesnel & District Branch. In spite of this rough and uncertain start in life, Sterling has grown and flourished in home of his loving adoptive family. They recently shared this update on their life with …

Bella

Adopted February 25, 2016 from

Bella is a one-year-old Labrador retriever and German shepherd mixed breed. She was surrendered into the care of the BC SPCA Prince Rupert Branch in January, 2016 because her previous guardian sadly could no longer care for her. Once beautiful Bella was ready for adoption, it didn’t take long for her playful and loving personality …

Oha (aka Amy)

Adopted October 14, 2010 from

Oha was surrendered to the Prince Rupert Branch on August 26, 2010. Her former owner moved away and left this sweet girl with his parents who were seniors and unable to care for her. Oha was transferred through our Drive for Lives program to the Sunshine Coast Branch where she was fostered into the home …

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