Sota was surrendered to the BC SPCA Surrey Branch on January 21, 2011 when her owners were unable to find her a new home themselves. After having a temperament test Sota was found to be very active and would require a home that could keep up with him. He was also unsure of new situations, places, and people; a very common issue when an animal is no longer with everything they ever knew.
Sota was taken to the BC SPCA Maple Ridge Branch a few days later through the Drive for Lives program in hopes he would find his forever home there. Since he wasn’t already neutered or tattooed Sota went and visited a local vet to have these routine procedures done. What a lucky guy too, only a few days after being neutered Sota had won over his new forever family and was on his way home with them.
Happy 2012 everyone!
It is soon to be the one year anniversary of Wilson joining our family. We wanted to wish you all a Happy New Year and send you a few pictures to show you how well he is doing. He is an absolute JOY.
Best regards and thank you for bringing us Wilson,
Teresa and Cathana
Sota has a new name, Wilson, and a fantastic new beginning at life, we can’t wait to see more pictures in the future!
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