Scratching is a natural behavior for cats for several reasons, so if you want to save your favourite couch, there’s one Tip Tuesday video from the BC SPCA that offers sound advice
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Hi SCARS! Well its been 1 year since our little one-eyed wonder dog Acee came into our life. Having recently lost our beloved dog suddenly, we weren’t sure we wanted another one right away. But fate decided for us. I happened to be scrolling the SCARS website looking at all the pictures when suddenly this […]
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Hi SCARS. Here here is a look at me now story for our furbaby Goobie. AKA Mic Jager. It is hard to believe we have had our Goobie since the end of 2012. He has had a name change a couple of times (Mic Jager to Tippy, Tippy to Goobie). Goobie has added to our […]
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Hi SCARS! I wanted to provide on update on a cat you rescued, named Pi, in fall/winter 2018. Pi was an injured rescue who had an eye removed. I wanted to say that since coming into our home Pi has done extraordinary well. His level of intelligence is beyond any cat I've seen. Pi
Think of a winters day... a road... a very young, lone puppy... on the side of the road... Then ME! Martha! Thankfully I was taken into SCARS so the story ends well. I ask for nothing but your company and to life your spirits with my really cute waggin' tail. I am 7 weeks
SCARS will doing its part to limit the spread of COVID-19 to protect the public and our volunteers. We will continue to help animals, but we are cancelling public events planned for the immediate future. Animals are still available for adoption through our website. Please check our website and social media channels for the
When the world seems to be coming to a screaming halt, one thing that doesn’t, is animal rescue. SCARS got the call about a cat that was in a desperate situation. It was evident quite quickly that he needed help, and fast. We could tell by just a single glance that he had been
Oh George. On January 25th, 2020 we got a message asking SCARS for help of a dog that wandered onto a deck of an elders care center. The residents were concerned due to George’s eyes and also the weather conditions were cold. He was cold, hungry and thin. YES was the answer! We headed
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