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We love to hear from you!

From our friend Michaela: “October 2013 we decided to expand our fur baby family and adopted Sasha, an untrained large 10 months old puppy. Shortly after coming home with us, we found out a fur baby wasn’t the only baby joining our clan. During my pregnancy I had my doubts about Sasha. Being so big… [Read the full article…]

Another happy tail!

From our friend, Elizabeth: “Inspired by the other update to give this update on our cat we got from the SPCA almost 2 years ago, his name was Macintosh and we renamed him Roo, he has been a very happy, very needy, and very spoiled kitty.” A big thank you to Elizabeth and everyone who… [Read the full article…]

Make a difference!

Of course, we always love sharing success stories – here’s one we just received from our friend Tay: “Hello. A few months ago I adopted one of your kittens, Superstition. I just thought I would let you know how he’s doing. We have renamed him, it’s now Bobby Wassabi. He’s full of energy and seems… [Read the full article…]

Winnie won them over!

We love getting your emails, and here’s one we recently received: “Swift Current SPCA Back in late June we saw a picture of this cat (Pascal) on the SC SPCA Facebook page. We have never adopted from the SPCA before, so we were a little nervous. We were worried our current cat would not accept… [Read the full article…]

Another Happy Tail!

“This is “Precious” that we adopted at the SPCA on May 20th. We have changed her name to Tina. She was nervous and timid of our old dog, Dixie, and our cats when she first arrived but now she is fine with all of them! She has gotten into a bit of “puppy” trouble like… [Read the full article…]

Feline felicitations!

Here’s a recent email that warmed our hearts! “Dear humans at the SPCA, We would like to thank you for taking such good care of us when we were lost and lonely little kittens. We have settled into our new home nicely and have trained our mommy and daddy properly! They get up with us… [Read the full article…]

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