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A mother dog who was force fed drugs is now safe and sound with her 10 pups

mama dog at north cariboo
October 6, 2020

A mother dog who was beaten and force-fed drugs and alcohol, is now safely in the care of a foster home alongside her 10 puppies after being rescued by the BC SPCA. A search warrant was issued to seize the dog and her puppies after a concerned citizen called in to report seeing the four-year-old …

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Ke-Aloha, former fat cat, finds a furever home and a new lease on life

Ke-Aloha the cat
October 4, 2020

Diane Rodgers was looking for a long time to find a cat to adopt this year when she finally came upon Ke-Aloha’s picture on the BC SPCA adoption site in July. “I was charmed by the way she gazed straight into the camera, and there was another picture that showed her lounging on her side …

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BC SPCA seeks help for escalating medical costs for seized puppies

princeton puppy cage
October 1, 2020

Medical costs could reach more than $100,000 for the 97 animals seized by BC SPCA animal protection officers from a Princeton property on Sept. 23. The BC SPCA rescued 46 puppies, 21 adult dogs, 27 horses and three cats from a substandard breeder after receiving a complaint about animals in distress. The animals were living …

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BC SPCA launches new low income spay neuter program for Shuswap region

animal cruelty officer holding kitten
September 28, 2020

The BC SPCA in Salmon Arm is welcoming applications from low-income families in the Shuswap region for low-cost spay neuter surgeries, thanks to $10,000 of funding received from the Shuswap Community Foundation. “We are thrilled to be able to offer this program to the entire area we serve,” says Victoria Olynik, BC SPCA Shuswap Branch …

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