Kayla Power who is the new Youth Ventures Coordinator is now accepting donations for the Burin Peninsula SPCA.Please drop by and participate in this worthwhile cause and help Kayla with some donations for the animals.
Here are some things we can also use at the SPCA.
Rubber Gloves,Clumping and Non Clumping Kitty Litter,Javex,Paper Towels,Toilet Paper,Hand Sanitizer,Blankets, Towels,Poop Bags,Computer Paper,Hand Soap,Toys,Temptation Treats for the Cats,Pedigree Pal Wet food(No Gravy),Whiskas Dry and Wet catfood(No Gravy)Friskies Wet catfood(No gravy).New litter pans,Cat and Dog carriers,Laundry Detergent and Dish Liquid.We also accept Canadian Tire money, you can place it in a envelope.
Youth Ventures Coordinator
Us humans at the SPCA love each and every animal that comes through our door, and many of us love hearing the success stories of their adoptions! If you’ve previously adopted from us, we would love to hear from you. Let us know what attracted you to your pet, and how they have changed your life since adopting them.
If you’d like to share your adoption story, please send us an email at email@example.com!
Long term residents: We have reduced the adoption fee for long term residents to $75, in hopes of finding these beautiful cats their forever homes.
Our long term residents are desperately hoping to find new homes.
Ariel, Pumpkin Spice,Noelle and Simba have all been adopted !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
These cats have been waiting for a forever home for what seems like forever. All of these cats are spayed or neutered. Many have grown from kittens to adults at our shelter and will need time to adjust to home life. To promote speedy adoptions we are reducing their adoption fees to $75 per cat. We are also considering trial adoptions for successful applicants. If you are interested in adopting, or learning more information about these cats, please contact the shelter @ 891-8000.