Choosing to care for an animal is
a big decision. The following information is available on the main BC SPCA website. It will help you to be confident that you've picked the right time to bring an animal into your home and life.
Making the Right Match
Pet Care and Behaviour Information
Pet Care Annual Expense Estimate
Speed up your application process by completing as much of the application as possible, then
bring it with you to our branch when you come to adopt.
Dog Adoption Application Form
Cat Adoption Application Form
Rabbit Adoption Application Form
Local veterinarian partners
The BC SPCA Nanaimo & District Branch, in conjunction with the below mentioned veterinary clinics, seeks to find homes for kittens as soon as they are
spayed/neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, deflead and vet checked.
Kittens can be viewed at the vet clinics where they have been
sent for their spay/neuter. After making a decision on a kitten,
prospective adopters are asked to come to the BC SPCA Nanaimo Branch (2200 Labieux Rd, Nanaimo) to fill out an application. When
approved, additional paper work will be required. Then, the kitten can
be released to his or her new forever home.
For availability and location of kittens, please contact us at 250-758-8444, Tuesday to Saturday between 2:00 pm and 5:00 pm.
Or, visit one of the following BC SPCA Satellite Adoption Veterinary Clinics:
Island Vet. Hospital (250-753-1288)
Applecross Vet Hospital (250-390-2391)
Clinic for Cats (250-741-0770)
Departure Bay Vet Hospital (250-758-1162)
Woodgrove Animal Hospital (250-390-5131)