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Buy me dinner? BC SPCA Wild ARC patients need love, too

February 1, 2017

About to be released back into the wild, the four raccoons are instantly curious, their dexterous black paws thrust through the carrier cages doors to touch their new surroundings.


What not to feed your dog: Human food can be toxic for Fido

January 31, 2017

People food isn’t always good for your canine companion, no matter how much he might beg for it. But it’s usually best to refrain from sharing your meals and recreational habits with your dog.


Government of B.C. announces $5 million for BC SPCA’s capital plan

January 31, 2017

The B.C. Government has announced an additional $5 million for the BC SPCA to support the society’s eight-year Facilities Development and Services Plan to replace or renovate aging shelters.


Good Karma: Sweet Maltese in Penticton hoping for happy retirement

January 30, 2017

Staff at the BC SPCA South Okanagan-Similkameen Branch are hoping a sweet senior canine has some good karma coming her way.


Sweet senior NeNe hoping for help, new home after diagnosis

January 27, 2017

A sweet senior cat at the Squamish SPCA who has had a rough go needs some help from her animal-loving friends.


Brave North Peace dog who must lose a leg needs public’s help

January 26, 2017

An affectionate young pup in Fort St. John must lose a leg after one of her front legs was caught in a leg hold trap while on a hike with her former family.


Cats in Comox get a helping hand thanks to new grant

January 25, 2017

Live in Comox and haven’t gotten around to spaying or neutering your cat yet? Now is the purr-fect time, thanks to a recent grant from PetSmart Charities™ of Canada.


Vulnerable calves need your voice

January 24, 2017

Imagine a life where you can never touch another person. Where you live in the space of a bathroom. Where you are always left hungry. Some calves raised for their meat have to live this bitter life.


What is Canada’s national bird?

January 24, 2017

Last year, the Royal Canadian Geographic Society asked Canadians to vote for their favourite feathered candidate. The results have now been announced. Can you guess who won?


Help fight animal cruelty by ‘baking’ a difference

January 23, 2017

By getting involved in National Cupcake Day™, animal lovers can help save the lives of animals in our communities simply by baking cupcakes and giving them away in exchange for a donation.


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