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Fire in the sky: How pet-prepared are you for emergencies?

July 6, 2015

With Metro Vancouver and much of B.C. covered with a thick haze of forest fire smoke, the BC SPCA is encouraging animal guardians to refresh their emergency pet preparedness.


Calling all veterinary clinics: Give your feedback and win

July 6, 2015

The BC SPCA is gathering data to serve veterinary clinics better. We know that veterinarians, technicians and assistants are crucial in our life-saving work across the province.


Attention shutterbugs: Start thinking wild for annual BC SPCA photo contest

July 3, 2015

Is your camera ready? The BC SPCA’s seventh annual Wildlife-In-Focus Photography Contest is now open for entries.


Hoping for good Karma: Kelowna dog on the mend, needs animal lovers’ help

June 30, 2015

She lived in excruciating pain for several months, after a road traffic accident left her badly injured, but her injuries were not treated.


Cat lovers come through for BC SPCA felines during adoption event

June 29, 2015

It was a fantastic weekend for feline adoption at BC SPCA branches throughout the province.


Vancouver SPCA Kennel Lock-In event brings in big bucks for animals

June 25, 2015

Wednesday’s Kennel Lock-In event at the Vancouver BC SPCA Branch was a huge success, with local celebrities bringing in more than $33,000 to help British Columbia’s most vulnerable animals.


Vancouver SPCA shelter dogs get high-profile roommates in Kennel Lock-In

June 24, 2015

Local media celebrities and well-known personalities will get locked into Vancouver BC SPCA Branch dog kennels to raise funds to help the province’s most vulnerable animals.


New grant helps BC SPCA tackle outdoor cat overpopulation in Cranbrook

June 24, 2015

A recent grant from PetSmart Charities™ of Canada will go a long way in addressing the province’s cat overpopulation crisis in Cranbrook.


Cat videos are good for you, study says: Great timing for Just for Cats

June 22, 2015

A new study by an Indiana University Media School researcher shows that watching furry felines on the Internet boosts viewers’ energy and positive emotions and decreases negative feelings.


Birds Take a Big Hit from Window Collisions

June 19, 2015

Each year, wildlife rehabilitation centres admit many birds suffering from head trauma, fractures, and bruises from colliding with windows. Fortunately, there are some simple preventative solutions!


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