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Orphaned kitten beats the odds after being discovered alone in the cold

orphaned kitten
May 1, 2020

A little orphaned kitten named Diggory is now safe and warm in a BC SPCA foster home after  being found outside in the cold without his mom or litter mates in Nanaimo. The Good Samaritan who found Diggory rushed the days-old kitten to an emergency veterinary clinic, and the BC SPCA was called to take …

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BC SPCA partners with Animal Food Bank to expand Okanagan pet food bank services

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April 28, 2020

BC SPCA branches in Kelowna, Vernon, Shuswap and Penticton are partnering with the Kelowna-based Animal Food Bank to help Okanagan pet guardians in need of pet food and supplies. “This is a challenging time for many people and we recognize that as budgets get tighter it may be harder to find money for pet food,” …

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BC SPCA reaches out to Williams Lake pet guardians as floods threaten homes

Corgi Puppy
April 27, 2020

The BC SPCA is reaching out to offer pet food and supplies and emergency pet boarding for residents whose homes are under threat of flooding in Williams Lake. “We want residents to know if they are evacuating and have nowhere to take their pets, we can provide temporary accommodation for them at our Williams Lake …

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BC SPCA reaches out to displaced pet guardians in Cache Creek

April 23, 2020

The BC SPCA is reaching out to offer pet food and supplies and emergency pet boarding for residents whose homes are under threat of flooding in the Village of Cache Creek. Authorities have declared a state of emergency and have ordered the evacuation of multiple properties as the community faces rising floodwaters. More than 300 …

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BC SPCA reaches out to pet guardians affected by Squamish Valley wildfire

April 17, 2020

The BC SPCA is reaching out to offer pet food and supplies and emergency pet boarding for residents impacted by the Squamish Valley wildfire. The wildfire, estimated at 203 hectares in size, has been burning since April 15 about 15 kilometres northwest of Brackendale near Squamish. A local state of emergency is in place and …

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Medical Emergency: abandoned German shepherd puppies

April 9, 2020

The BC SPCA is hoping animal lovers will rally to help six eight-week-old German shepherd puppies who were found abandoned in a remote area near Port Alberni. A passer-by heard the puppies’ cries and alerted the SPCA. “The poor little pups were in rough shape,” says Lorie Chortyk, general manager of communications for the BC …

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BC SPCA appeals for pet food donations to help community members in need

April 8, 2020

With more and more families impacted by illness, job loss and other challenges during the COVID-19 crisis, the BC SPCA has launched an appeal for pet food donations to help vulnerable pet guardians. (Please note: we cannot accept opened pet food, donations must be factory sealed) “The BC SPCA offers pet food banks, free vet …

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BC SPCA launches matching campaign to help vulnerable animals

March 31, 2020

Two BC SPCA donors have offered up to $65,000 in matching donations to help vulnerable animals in B.C., as communities struggle with the impact of COVID-19. “We are truly grateful for their generosity, and we hope that other animal lovers who are in a position to help will take this opportunity to make their support …

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