I'm challenging myself to be a Champion for animals! I am a Champion for animals like Sunny. Sunny was born feral in a coloy that we have been managing for over three years. She was retrieved with her mother and two siblings. Despite their origin Sunny's family was social and took little time to get adopted. Sunny however suffered from a previous injury that had caused her knee cap to become fused out of alignment! It was very painful and within 24 hrs Sunny was no longer able to walk! Thanks to outstanding community support Sunny was able to have 2 surgeries which have allowed her to walk and better yet chase and play with others!
I'm challengeing you to join us for the MAY COMMUNITY CHALLENGE between the North and South Peace Branches. Our goal is $25,000 and with your help we can do it!!
What can you do? Well join our team! Lock yourself up online or join us at the branch on May 27th for the OPEN HOUSE and Rescue Me. The shelter event will run from noon until 4 pm where detainees will raise donations while secured in a cat or dog kennel, with a furry friend of course! We promote mental wellbeing after all. The online event starts NOW and will close on May 31 @ 4 PM! Simply go to the Champions page and search for the "North Peace Rescue Me". Then join our team, build your own page to share and gather pledges or simply have your supporters donate directly on our main fundraising page.
We know everyone is busy these days and we want to be able help you help those in need. This is fundraising made easy folks!
The BC SPCA is an organization near to my heart and I hope you will join me in speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves. Your gift will help rescue more than 900 animal in our community and surrounding local areas. Heading into kitten season we have already brought over 170 cats/kittens into shelter and there are still so very many that require extra help. Through my efforts as, currently, the only North Peace branch trapper I have removed 17 adults and 5 kittens ferals from the streets for rehabilitation thus far in 2017. We have trapped, neutered and released 23 ferals to two managed colonies and stabilized their population growth.
Through continued community support we can make a difference. Together we can build a humane future. Please join us today!