THE BRITISH COLUMBIA SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS
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BC SPCA encourages British Columbians to have a humane Easter

April 1, 2015

Easter is just around the corner, and the BC SPCA is reminding British Columbians that it can be a humane holiday.


National Volunteer Week highlights how kindness counts

April 1, 2015

As April 12-18 is National Volunteer Week in Canada, the BC SPCA is celebrating and thanking the many volunteers who make the mission of helping B.C.’s most vulnerable animals possible.


Celebrating change: April 23 is Animal Abuse Prevention Day in B.C.

April 1, 2015

Thursday, April 23 is Animal Abuse Prevention Day in B.C. - find out how you can help stop cruel and needless animal abuse.


Summer camp registration is open for select locations

April 1, 2015

Registration for eight BC SPCA summer camp locations is open now, with additional locations to be added in mid-April and May.


New Kelowna facility will provide a safe haven for abused farm animals

March 27, 2015

The BC SPCA officially broke ground today for a new large animal seizure facility to temporarily house farm animals rescued from abusive or neglectful situations.


Richmond man charged in brutal stabbing of pet Pomeranian

March 25, 2015

A man accused of brutally stabbing his three-year-old Pomeranian 61 times has been charged with animal cruelty.


Feeling feline: Survey shows that people value community cats

March 25, 2015

The results of a recent U.S. survey suggests B.C. may well be on the right track when it comes to dealing with outdoor-living cats.


Go wild for Million Acts

March 24, 2015

As a wildlife lover, you can join the BC SPCA's Million Acts of Kindness campaign too! Kick start your own personal kindness challenge with our wildly fun and easy-to-do acts.


Co-existing with bears

March 20, 2015

With spring upon us, black bears are beginning to emerge from hibernation – and are looking for food. What can you do to keep hungry bears safe?


Cowichan SPCA looking for information on puppy found with rope embedded into his neck

March 18, 2015

He was found bleeding, without any identification, and a rope embedded at least an inch into his neck.


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