THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

Location and contact information
Volunteer Branch
(no physical address)

(250) 559-8807
swindatt@spca.bc.ca

Welcome to the BC SPCA Haida Gwaii Branch website. Although we do not have a physical shelter location, we help hundreds of animals find new homes every year. All of the animals available for adoption are housed at foster homes, cared for by community volunteers. Arrangements can always be made for viewing animals, just contact us! We appreciate all of your support, and for making the BC SPCA your first adoption option!

In the news

The plight of pet parrots

July 25, 2016

Birds are the fourth most commonly kept companion animal in Canada after cats, dogs and fish. So why are there so many unwanted parrots?


Ask the SPCA

July 24, 2016

The BC SPCA answers your questions about companion, farm, and wild animal behaviour. In this article: how to keep your cat from waking you up at night.


A day in the life at Wild ARC

July 20, 2016

BC SPCA’s Wild ARC treats almost 3,000 injured and orphaned wild animals each year. Staff & volunteers work tirelessly to treat and rehabilitate each patient for their release back into the wild.


All the love for half the price: BC SPCA holds adoption event for adult cats

July 18, 2016

Get all the love for half the price. From July 18-26, the BC SPCA is holding a cat adoption promotion, presented by Hill’s® Science Diet®, at all of its locations across B.C.


Ask the SPCA

July 17, 2016

The BC SPCA answers your questions about companion, farm, and wild animal behaviour. In this article: how to calm an anxious dog.


Visit our news page for these and other news stories and announcements from the Queen Charlotte Islands Branch of the BC SPCA.

 Pet on the Net 



'Pet on the Net' features an animal currently in our care and available for adoption.

Betty is waiting to meet you!
 

Happy Endings

Happy Endings are updates on adopted animals who found their new forever home.

Meet Max & Bella, another SPCA Alumni!

 
 

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