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Frequently Asked Questions

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Frequently Asked Questions:

1) How do I Adopt an Animal?

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How To Adopt

2) What should I do if I find a Stray Animal?

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Stray Animals

3) Will you come and get this animal in my neighborhood?

We do not come pick up animals for several reasons, first we do not have a vehicle, second we do not have the necessary equipment to safely and efficiently trap a cat. Finally we simply do not have the time. 

Instead, we offer rentals of cat traps and cat kennels for a $50 deposit, which will be returned to you upon the return of the trap or kennel. 

Contact us about renting a trap or kennel!

4) Why don't you seize animals experiencing cruelty? 

After the Animal Protection Act was passed in 2013 the SPCA was no longer allowed to seize animals. Now, to report animal cruelty you must call the RCMP or Crime Stoppers, who then contact us when they conduct their investigation. 

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5) Do you Euthanize Animals?

An animal is only euthanized due to extreme measures, where they are sick beyond help. Animals are never euthanized due to lack of space or time spent in our shelter. 

6) I sent in a Pre-Adoption Application a while ago, why is it taking so long?

Our manager reviews all our applications thoroughly and this takes time! Additionally, there are on average 30 animals in the building at any given time which all require our care and attention; these are our priority first and foremost before reviewing any applications. 

7) Why are your fees so expensive?

Our adoption fees cover all the initial care your new furry friend needs. This includes a spay or neuter, microchip, vaccinations, dewormer and any other medical treatment they require. Normally this could cost anywhere between $400 to $800 dollars; whereas our adoption fees range from $200 to $325.