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Cold weather

Keep your pets safe in cold weather Extremely low temperatures outside are as dangerous for pets as the are for people. Limit your pets’ outside activities to short potty breaks only. Make sure your companion animal has a warm place to sleep, off the floor and away from all drafts. A cozy dog or cat… [Read the full article…]

Empty the Shelter

Empty Our Shelters Province-Wide Pet Adoption Event For the first time ever, animal shelters across Saskatchewan will join forces to find new homes for homeless pets. Participating Humane Societies and SPCA’s across the province will help hundreds of homeless pets find their happily ever after during an adoption event – Empty Our Shelters- running Friday… [Read the full article…]

A Massive Thank You!

We would like to give a massive thanks to a generous donor who made a huge donation of $5000 in memory of Barrie & Katherine Burke. Barrie & Katherine were huge animal lovers and rescued many animals in their lifetime. The extremely generous donation will allow us to help many more animals at the Swift Current SPCA. Thank you!!

Thank you fur all your hard work!

We would like to say a huge thanks to all the SCCHS students that recently volunteered at our shelter. A large group of students came to our shelter on Tuesday to not only volunteer some of their time but to also generously donate $100 from the proceeds of their “Pancake Breakfast” fundraiser. The students were… [Read the full article…]

Pawtastic Job!

A big thank you to Tyson and Taylor! They held a garage sale and they donated all the proceeds to the SPCA! The shelter staff and all of the shelter animals want to say a huge thank you! Pictured below are Taylor holding shelter cat Khloe and Tyson holding shelter cat Nebraska.  

Myth: Rubbing butter on cats’ paws will help it find its way home

Myth: Rubbing butter on cats’ paws will help it find its way home Often given as advice when someone moves house and is letting the cat outside for the first time, but completely untrue! We would advocate for indoor cats, but if you insist your cat goes outside, a much better way of making sure… [Read the full article…]

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