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BC SPCA is asking for help after two kittens fall from highrises

toast the kitten
September 11, 2020

The BC SPCA is hoping you can help two kittens who recently fell from two high-rise buildings and are currently in care under two of its locations. After falling off a fourth-floor balcony, little Jersey was brought to a veterinarian shortly afterwards by his family when it was discovered he couldn’t stand on his front …

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Long-standing BC SPCA outreach efforts support growing need during pandemic

September 8, 2020

The BC SPCA in Port Alberni has provided outreach services to the communities they serve for more than 10 years. While adjustments were made to the programming due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the branch has persevered in ensuring pet guardians have what they need during these difficult times. “For years we have been providing food …

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Sea to Sky BC SPCA’s outreach services provides relief to Cloudy and her ten puppies

cloudy the dog sea to sky
September 8, 2020

In an effort to relieve some of the financial hardships that COVID-19 might be inflicting upon pet guardians, BC SPCA Sea to Sky location has expanded its outreach services, including pet food bank programs, and emergency animal boarding, in addition to its existing spay/neuter programming. “We understand how important pets are in our lives and how important it is to keep …

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Tika, a former puppy mill rescue, is now living the high life in London

Tika at Buckingham Palace
September 2, 2020

Since 2017 Tika the dalmatian has walked and sniffed almost every corner in London, from the posh neighbourhood of Chelsea to busy Trafalgar Square to even historic Buckingham Palace. But life wasn’t always crumpets and afternoon tea for this pup. Back in 2015, Tika was one of 57 animals seized in a BC SPCA animal …

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Injured fledgling barn swallows serve as good reminder to public to refrain from caring for wildlife on their own

barn swallows wild arc
August 31, 2020

Five fledgling barn swallows were recently admitted to BC SPCA’s Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Wild ARC) after a well-meaning member of the public had been caring for them for a week after he found their nest on the ground and believed them to be orphaned. “On arrival, one of the swallows was assessed as being …

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