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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Loppa (formerly Cece) has been with us for two years. She loves sleeping on top of her big brother Rusty and giving kisses and cuddles to her human family. She's smart, brave, happy, and brings us all great joy. Thank you SCARS for bringing us together. Erla Anderson
Hi everyone, we have already started working on the 2020 SCARS calendar which raises funds to help SCARS continue with their animal rescue initiatives. If you have an exceptional photo of a SCARS foster or if you adopted a SCARS animal and would like a chance to have them featured in our 2020 calendar,
(May 30, 2019 - 9AM) Last night as the evacuation call went out for the Wabasca and Big Stone Cree Nation, SCARS volunteers jumped into action. The community pounds were at capacity and the animals so vulnerable in the face of a raging wildfire. With full support of the community and evacuation officials, our
Everything is about to change for animal protection in Ontario. In March 2019, the Ontario SPCA announced it will no longer enforce animal cruelty laws in the province and is putting this public responsibility back in the hands of the government, where it belongs. The Ontario government is now surveying the public to help decide how... Read more » Animal Justice
Israel's parliament voted early Thursday to hold new elections only months after April polls in an unprecedented move provoked by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's attempts to remain in power despite failing to form a coalition. The vote was prompted by Netanyahu's failure to reach a coalition deal even though his Likud party, along with its right-wing and religious allies, won a majority of 65 of 120 seats in the April 9 elections. In a matter of weeks, Netanyahu has shifted from victory celebrations to tense, behind-the-scenes efforts to ensure his long tenure in power continues, eventually opting for new elections.
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