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Convicted animal abuser gets nine months in jail after breaching conditions

April 18, 2017

A Vernon judge has handed down a nine-month jail sentence to an Armstrong man who breached his sentencing conditions after being convicted of animal cruelty.

Chocolate bunnies are best during Easter season

April 11, 2017

As Easter approaches, the BC SPCA is reminding the public that, unless a family is already considering adopting a pet rabbit, it is better to give chocolate bunnies as gifts, rather than real rabbits.

Record numbers for summer camp registration

April 11, 2017

With record sign-ups to date, BC SPCA summer camps could host an unprecedented number of B.C. children this year.

No time like now to get your BC SPCA Lottery tickets

April 7, 2017

Want to help B.C.’s most vulnerable animals and win some cash at the same time? Look no further than the BC SPCA Lottery for animals in need.

Legacy funds help B.C. communities address outdoor cat overpopulation problem

April 6, 2017

Community cats in British Columbia are getting the help they need thanks to the generosity of animal lovers and supporters who planned ahead and designated legacies to combat cat overpopulation.

South Peace cat recovering after botched ‘home neuter’ attempt

April 5, 2017

Markus, a two-and-a-half-year-old tabby cat, arrived in the care of the South Peace BC SPCA Branch under truly unfortunate circumstances.

Brave Noodlez must lose leg, hoping for help from his animal-loving friends

April 4, 2017

After going missing for one week, Noodlez, an eight-year-old ginger tabby cat returned home suffering from a mauling of his right leg.

Powell River resident charged with animal cruelty

April 3, 2017

A Powell River resident is facing charges of animal cruelty following a BC SPCA investigation.

Striking out at bird-window collisions

April 1, 2017

In Canada, more than 25 million birds are injured or killed by collisions with windows every year.

Plans for new BC SPCA facilities in South Peace, West Kootenays unveiled

April 1, 2017

The BC SPCA unveiled plans for new Community Animal Centres in the South Peace and West Kootenay regions at two recent events.

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