Emergency phone: (604) 922-4622 (During operating hours) (604) 879-7343 (Night 5 p.m. to 12 a.m.) After hours: call the West Vancouver Police Department
Cruelty Report and Wildlife Support Line (Toll free): 1-855-622-7722
Address: 1020 Marine Dr West Vancouver BC V7T 1B1 CA
PO Box 91072
West Vancouver, B.C.
- Adoption hours:
- Monday to Sunday: 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Other services:
- Monday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Stat Holidays: Closed
Adoption fees**Fees vary by location and are subject to change without notice. Adoption fees are subject to PST (Provincial Sales Tax), which will be added at the time of adoption. All BC SPCA cat/kitten/dog/puppy/rabbit adoptions include a microchip and lifetime registration with the BC Pet Registry. Registration for lifetime protection is $45 for cats/kittens/dogs/puppies and $11.25 for rabbits, which will be added to the adoption fee. For more information please visit bcpetregistry.ca
Welcome to the BC SPCA West Vancouver Community Animal Centre. We are one of 44 BC SPCA locations across the province serving sick, neglected, abused and homeless animals. Whether you are looking to adopt a new furry friend into your family or would like to know more about how you can make difference for animals in our community, we are here to help. The BC SPCA is a not-for-profit organization which relies primarily on community donations to help animals in need. Please join us in the fight against animal cruelty!
For more information about our work in the community, check out our most recent newsletter (PDF).
Other ways to help animals in need
» Donate useful items to the shelter – check out our wish list (PDF) of odds and ends.
»Donate useful items to the shelter via our Amazon wish list!
» Help local animals in need by recycling your bottles & cans! ♥ It’s easy, learn how (PDF).
Meet Orchid and Sunflower! These two unfortunately came from a hoarding situation where they didn’t have human socializing. The two of them have come a long way from when they first arrived into our care. They both are very comfortable taking treats but still have some ways to go with being comfortable with petting. Orchid is much more outgoing than Sunflower. She has started to enjoy petting and attention. Sunflower really relies on Orchid to feel comfortable with humans around.
Orchid and Sunflower will continue to need behaviour support in their new home. A quiet adult home without any other animals, and lots of patience is what will be best for these two. While we are hopeful to find an experienced cat owner for this pair, we will definitely provide our support and our tips and instructions on building the trust Orchid and Sunflower need to become the best feline companions they can be!
Age: 2 years
Animal ID: 523867
Breed: Domestic Short Hair