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Abbotsford SPCA overwhelmed with cats needing medical treatment

Cedar
September 19, 2019

The BC SPCA’s Abbotsford Branch is seeking your help with medical costs to care for several stray cats, who were hit by cars. Cedar is a handsome and affectionate two-year-old orange tabby, who will need surgery to remove a broken femoral head. He has an open wound on his tail caused by the impact when …

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Chilliwack SPCA assists over 100 community cats

Chilliwack TNR
September 19, 2019

The BC SPCA Chilliwack branch has been able to locate, spay/neuter and rehabilitate over 100 community cats with the help of a BC SPCA Community Animal Spay/Neuter Grant. SPCA Chilliwack branch staff and volunteers collaborated with several other organizations to help community cats living in two colonies. The largest colony was comprised of 109 cats …

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BC SPCA seeks public’s help after three deceased dogs found in ditch

September 17, 2019

The BC SPCA is asking the public for any information about who may have shot and killed three small adult dogs and left their deceased bodies in a ditch. The animals were found on Sept. 16 near the intersection of Damms Road and Willow Cale Road in Prince George. BC SPCA officers recovered the bodies …

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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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Help needed for kitten rescued in time to save her life

Liberty the kitten
September 10, 2019

The BC SPCA’s North Peace Branch is seeking your help with medical costs for a seven-week-old kitten staff have named Liberty who was suffering from a harsh life on the streets and was in desperate need of veterinary care. Liberty has a ruptured eye that occurred due to untreated respiratory symptoms and a lack of …

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Calling all veterinarians interested in ethics and animal welfare

Dog at vet clinic getting check up
September 10, 2019

The BC SPCA encourages all veterinarians across Canada interested in pursuing continued training or education related to ethics and animal welfare to apply for the Dr. Carol Morgan Memorial Award. Dr. Morgan served as a BC SPCA Board Member and Advisor, and was a beloved member of the animal welfare community. The Animal Welfare Foundation …

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