SPCA branches across the province, including Abbotsford, are collecting donations (pre-rolled pennies preferred) until May 31.
Editor, the Times: -- Re: Times, May 7 Youth who abused goose.
The deadline to buy tickets for the 2013 BC SPCA Lottery.for the animals is Sunday, April 14.
The cheers keep coming for Chilliwack's most-famous chi-huahua.
Setting a rabbit free, liberating it, sending it to live in the wild or whatever else you want to call animal abandonment can now result in a $500 fine in Delta.
Setting a rabbit free, liberating it, sending it to live in the wild or whatever else you want to call animal abandonment can now result in a $500 fine.
After three long weeks of waiting for the Conservative MP James Moore (Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam), to confirm a brief meeting with our delegation (Campaigns Against the Cruelty to Animals, some teachers from an elementary school in Port Coquitlam and a city council) regarding concerns about shark conservation, we received a very brief e-mail notifying us that Mr. Moore is just too busy to receive us.
A man who sparked international outrage by shooting dozens of Whistler sled dogs in a mass cull in 2010 will not go to jail.
There's an old adage in journalism: show, don't tell.
For the past five years Halloween has been a very stressful time for our golden retriever Jaspar.
Re: "Stop eating meat to reduce E. coli risk," letter to the editor, Friday, Oct. 12.
THE man accused of slaughtering more than 50 sled dogs in Whistler in 2010, has pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary pain and suffering to an animal.
"We are tired of seeing animal abusers get a couple-hundred dollar fine and a slap on the wrist."
A group of protesters gathered outside North Vancouver provincial court Tuesday morning, saying they want to make sure the Whistler sled dogs aren't forgotten when the man accused of killing them inhumanely goes to court.
In eight hours, Dr. Melinda Merck turned a year-long search for a sociopath into a training lesson for B.C. animal cruelty investigators.
An ecological group that promotes animal rights suggests the city should begin phasing out the petting farm in Queen's Park.
The SPCA is enlisting the help of an American animal crime scene expert and is considering use of tracking dogs to hunt down the person/s responsible for a series of cat mutilations in Maple Ridge, as concern grows that the perpetrator could be "warming up" to killing humans.
Re: "Year of 'Abandoned Rabbit,'" Letters, April 11.