Our mission: To protect and enhance the quality of life for domestic, farm and wild animals in B.C.

You'll love these stories from BC SPCA alumni and the guardians that gave them their new forever homes. Check back often for heart-warming updates on animals who have been given a second chance thanks to the support of compassionate animal lovers. Have you adopted from the BC SPCA? Find out how to submit your own Happy Ending story today!

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Jiminy (aka Sampson)

Another happy cat adopted August 16, 2014
from the BC SPCA Kelowna Branch

Bear (aka Laddie)

Another happy dog adopted August 4, 2013
from the BC SPCA Williams Lake & District Branch


Another happy dog adopted September 19, 2014
from the BC SPCA Williams Lake & District Branch

Tuck (aka Tucker)

Another happy dog adopted April 25, 2009
from the BC SPCA Trail Regional Branch

Deloris (aka Finn)

Another happy dog adopted January 20, 2012
from the BC SPCA South Okanagan/Similkameen Branch

Boss (aka Buddy)

Another happy cat adopted January 27, 2013
from the BC SPCA Richmond Education & Adoption Centre


Another happy dog adopted November 14, 2014
from the BC SPCA Williams Lake & District Branch

Scruffy (aka Misty)

Another happy cat adopted May 3, 2009
from the BC SPCA Vancouver Branch


Another happy cat adopted October 22, 2012
from the BC SPCA Vancouver Branch


Another happy cat adopted October 7, 2014
from the BC SPCA Nelson Branch

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Submit your Happy Ending

We love to hear from our furry friends and their new guardians about life after the BC SPCA. Your story could be shared with other animal lovers on our website, through our Facebook and Twitter pages or in our monthly newsletter, Anim@ls.

To submit a Happy Ending, please email us with the subject line 'Happy Ending story' and include the following information:

  • Your full name and address
  • The BC SPCA branch where you adopted your new forever friend
  • Date of adoption (and his or her name at the time, if different)
  • Your story: how has your animal friend changed your life and the lives of your family? What challenges did you or your animal friend face and/or overcome? Does he or she have any fun or special personality traits, tricks or features?
  • One to three photos of your animal friend, preferably .jpg or .gif file formats. If you or any other people appear in a photo, please indicate your permission for the photo to be used on our website.

We look forward to reading your story and finding out how our furry friends are doing in their new forever homes.

Thank you!

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