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BC SPCA unveils plans for new West Kootenay Community Animal Centre

March 22, 2017

The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) unveiled plans for its new West Kootenay Community Animal Centre in Castlegar at a special event on March 21 at the Castlegar Complex. “We are extremely excited about the new centre and are grateful to the provincial government, the Columbia Basin Trust, …

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Brave Beau, shot in the leg, hopes for ‘fur’ever home after surgery

March 15, 2017

A lovable pup has found himself in need at the Burnaby SPCA after a rough start in life. Beau, a two-year-old border collie-kelpie mix was surrendered after an investigation in the Cariboo District, where he was found with three buckshot pellets in his leg. “Beau was found limping and it was determined that he had …

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Brave Noodlez must lose leg, hoping for help from his animal-loving friends

March 4, 2017

A cat with a face meant for only love ran into danger when he lost his way. After being missing for one week, Noodlez, an eight-year-old ginger tabby cat returned home suffering from a mauling of his right leg. “He had obviously been attacked by another animal and his rear right leg was severely injured …

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BC SPCA unveils plans for new South Peace Community Animal Centre

March 3, 2017

The British Columbia Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) unveiled plans for its new South Peace Community Animal Centre at a special event on March 3 in Dawson Creek. “We are extremely excited about the new centre and are grateful to the provincial government, the City of Dawson Creek and all …

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South Peace SPCA staff hope animal lovers can help sweet Lacey

March 1, 2017

A curious pup at the South Peace SPCA has learned, the hard way, that exploring her environment can result in being burned. Lacey, a four-month-old German shepherd-husky mix, got into something she shouldn’t have and came into BC SPCA care with caustic chemical burns – inside and out – because she ingested toxic substances. “During …

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Sad ‘tail’ for Cranbrook kitty: Left in the cold, Bronson must lose tail, parts of ears

March 1, 2017

Winter hasn’t been kind to a Cranbrook kitty who must now lose his tail and parts of his ears. Bronson, an affectionate brown tabby, came into BC SPCA care with his ears and most of his tail blackened and dead from frostbite. “Bronson is a very sweet boy, despite the agony he was in when …

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A new leash on life: Comox SPCA staff hope public can help Poppy

February 14, 2017

SPCA staff in Comox are hoping the public can help Poppy, a tan Chihuahua who came into BC SPCA care with a cherry eye and a five-year old leg injury. The injury never received medical attention, which means the affectionate canine must have her leg amputated. “Poppy is such a sweetheart! With her big ears …

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Ease her pain: Maple Ridge staff hope public can help sweet Roxy

February 7, 2017

She came into BC SPCA care screaming in pain. Roxy, a young, long-legged fawn Chihuahua at the Maple Ridge BC SPCA Branch, has one knee that slips out of place, causing her great pain. SPCA staff are hoping animal lovers will come to Roxy’s rescue and help this sweet girl get the surgery she needs. …

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Good Karma: Sweet Maltese in Penticton hoping for happy retirement

January 30, 2017

Staff at the BC SPCA South Okanagan-Similkameen Branch are hoping a sweet senior canine has some good karma coming her way. Karma, an 11-year-old Maltese, was originally rescued from a hoarding situation, but the loving, elderly guardian who adopted her can no longer have her after moving into a care home. With a large mammary …

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Sweet senior NeNe hoping for help, new home after diagnosis

January 27, 2017

A sweet senior cat at the Squamish SPCA who has had a rough go needs some help from her animal-loving friends. Abandoned at a local women’s shelter, 12-year-old NeNe became seriously ill shortly after coming into BC SPCA care. “Poor NeNe suddenly stopped eating, began violently vomiting and became alarmingly lethargic – we had to …

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