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BC SPCA officially opens new Sea to Sky Education & Adoption Centre

September 28, 2019

BC SPCA officials and community members gathered on Sept. 28 to celebrate the official opening of the new BC SPCA Sea to Sky Education & Adoption Centre. The 2,000-square-foot facility includes three rooms for cats and kittens, a small-animal room, an exam room, office space for local animal protection officers and humane education staff as …

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Youngest of 42 horses seized from Interior property thriving in new home

Senko
September 12, 2019

Senkō was the youngest in a group of 42 neglected horses seized from an Interior property in March. When horse trainer and large animal technician at Mills Veterinary Service, Kristi Kalke, first met Senkō he was just six-months-old, very scared and appeared to be completely feral. Kalke was part of a team working with head …

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BC SPCA shelters overwhelmed with cats and kittens needing homes

animal cruelty officer holding kitten
August 23, 2019

It may be the dogs days of summer, but it’s cats and kittens who are urgently needing homes, according to the BC SPCA. “This is always a busy time for our shelters, but this summer we are especially overwhelmed with incoming cats and kittens,” says Lorie Chortyk, spokesperson for the BC SPCA. “In addition to …

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Meow’s the time to make a new friend: adopt an adult cat for half the price

Farmer the cat
July 24, 2019

If you long to hear the pitter patter of paws in your home, the BC SPCA invites you to visit one of its 36 locations during its half-price adoption promotion for all adult cats. The event, taking place from July 27 to Aug. 2, is presented by Hill’s® Pet Nutrition. “At this time of year …

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5 Shocking reasons “not” to adopt a senior cat

June 13, 2019

Don’t want a rewarding relationship? Then don’t adopt a senior cat. Entertaining, adorable and full of personality? It’s overwhelming! It’s so incredibly unfair that senior cats are cute, cuddly, and camera ready (whether it’s a photobombing or otherwise). They also tend to have their personality traits nailed down, so if you don’t want to be …

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