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Help care for cat struck by vehicle after collapsing on a highway

December 31, 2020

The BC SPCA is seeking donations to help a cat who was struck by a vehicle after collapsing and becoming frozen to the ground on a highway near Montney, in northern B.C. “We believe this poor cat was wandering and probably succumbed to hypothermia and collapsed in the middle of the road,” says Candace Buchamer, …

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Holly needs your help after being discovered overnight in the cold

holly bandaged leg
December 8, 2020

The BC SPCA is hoping you can help give Holly a new leg up on life this holiday season. The young cat was recently brought into the Kelowna location after she was found shivering and crying outside a 24-hour emergency vet clinic overnight in the cold, wounded by an unknown trauma. “As soon as Holly …

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BC SPCA launches matching campaign for animals like Duke

December 1, 2020

The BC SPCA is launching a matching campaign supported by three generous donors to help provide urgently needed care for animals rescued from horrific situations of animal abuse. All donations up to $125,000 will be matched through the generosity of the Eldon and Anne Foote Fund, Eileen and Anna, and Gordon and Daphne Squire, helping …

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BC SPCA holding toy drive until Dec. 20 for pets in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

November 25, 2020

The BC SPCA is seeking donations of new pet toys to help make Christmas merrier for animals of low-income guardians in the Downtown Eastside. “The individuals we support in the Downtown Eastside love their pets so much, but they don’t have the disposable income to treat them at Christmas the way many of us do …

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BC SPCA issues warning after cat suffers trauma from at-home neutering

geiger close up
November 24, 2020

The BC SPCA is issuing a warning after two cats were found to be victims of an attempted home neutering earlier this month. While the brothers were brought to the SPCA in Vancouver for care, tragically, one of the cats didn’t survive from his injuries. “Someone had tried to do a home neuter and tied …

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Equine photographer releases book featuring BC SPCA’s rescue horses

November 13, 2020

Equine photographer Leanne Peniuk’s passion for horses is on full display with the release of her new coffee-style book, Rescue Me, which showcases success stories and photographs of rescued horses from British Columbia, including BC SPCA rescue alumni. “Every story in this book inspired me,” says Peniuk. “These horses have endured such hardships in their …

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Petsecure to match $1,500 in donations to help ‘loving’ Sturgeon

November 5, 2020

Petsecure is offering $1,500 in matching donations to help provide urgent care for Sturgeon, a six-year-old German Shepherd who was surrendered to the BC SPCA in Maple Ridge after a cruelty complaint. Help Sturgeon “The attending veterinarian said Sturgeon had been suffering from long-term neglect,” says Krista Shaw, manager of the Maple Ridge SPCA. “He …

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