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Helping animals in distress

Last year, the BC SPCA helped a total of 135,764 companion, farm and wild animals, including 35,722 animals rescued from dangerous, abusive and neglectful situations. With your help, tens of thousands of animals received emergency care and shelter and were adopted into new homes where they are now safe and loved.

If you see an animal in distress, please call our Animal Helpline 1-855-622-7722.

Your support also funds advocacy and education initiatives to help us create a world where every animal lives free from pain, free and suffering. Thank you for your dedication and compassion!

Stories of animals we’ve helped

Emaciated mastiff happy to be going to a new forever home

Handsome, the emaciated mastiff rescued from a property in Hope in December of 2017 who made news around the province, went to a new adoptive home with loving owners.


Arnie the cat finds forever home after long recovery from neck wound

Surrendered into SPCA care with a horrible open wound on his neck, underweight and in rough shape, the orange tabby made a full recovery and after 364 days in shelter found his new adoptive home.


BC SPCA’s Wild Arc helped over 3,000 animals in 2017

From a bald eagle who fractured her wing after a collision with a car, to otters and  countless songbirds and small mammals, the staff and volunteers at Wild ARC were busy caring for wild animals in need in 2017.