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

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 SPCA facility,” says Lorie Chortyk, general manager of communications for the BC SPCA. “Anyone needing assistance is asked to please contact our Call Centre at 1-855-622-7722 to make boarding arrangements.”

Cute ginger coloured kitten lying on back being cradled by person

Chortyk said the BC SPCA is also calling for public donations of unopened dry and canned pet food and cat litter. “If anyone is able to donate these supplies, they can be dropped off at the BC SPCA in Williams Lake at 709 Bond Lake Road. We are so grateful for these donations and we will ensure that they get distributed to pet guardians in need.”  Individuals needing assistance with pet food are invited to call the BC SPCA in Williams Lake at 250-392-2179.

The BC SPCA also offers a free emergency checklist to ensure that animal guardians are prepared if they need to evacuate with their pets.

Download an emergency checklist