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4 dogs surrendered to the SPCA from backyard breeder in Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge shepherds
December 12, 2019

The BC SPCA is providing care to four neglected shepherd breed dogs, who were surrendered from a backyard breeder and are looking for their forever homes for the holidays. These neglected dogs had been living in their own feces and urine among hazardous debris and garbage on a property in Maple Ridge. “This time of …

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A new life for a neglected horse seized in an SPCA cruelty investigation

Mia
December 9, 2019

Last December, when SPCA constables seized 27 badly neglected horses from a Langley property, they knew the animals would need a lot of help to overcome the suffering they had endured. They also soon discovered that one of the horses named Mia was pregnant. Months after coming into care, Mia delivered a beautiful foal named …

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Save little Mistletoe, who was found crying alone in the woods

Mistletoe
December 3, 2019

The BC SPCA’s North Peace Branch is seeking your help with medical costs for Mistletoe, a little senior dog who was found by a Good Samaritan. “He was adventuring in a remote area when he heard Mistletoe’s cries for help,” says SPCA North Peace Branch manager Candace Buchamer. “He followed her cries until he saw …

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5 Inspiring examples of kids advocating for animals

Shoji
November 28, 2019

B.C. youth put their ideas into action for animals this year in a big way. From awareness-raising presentations to fundraising lemonade stands, our team was truly impressed by the passion and sincerity demonstrated by these kids. A young volunteer even wrote a book about a BC SPCA adoption, and another group of kids re-purposed old …

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Furry friends need love too: Pet toy drive helps DTES animals

November 25, 2019

You can help make the holidays merrier for pets in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside (DTES). Charlie’s Food Bank, a once-a-week- pet food bank that serves low-income clients in the DTES, is holding a pet toy drive until Dec. 14 to bring joy to furry, four-legged area residents. “Who doesn’t want a visit from Santa? Our furry …

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