The BC SPCA Sea to Sky Branch is asking for donations of wet cat food and cat litter.

Branch Manager Marika Donnelly says they currently have 50 cats and kittens in their care and would like to get them adopted so they can make room for any animals that may need shelter from regions affected by the BC Wildfires. “More animals are potentially being transferred to the lower mainland this week.” says Donnelly who will find out in this next couple of days if any are coming their way.

The branch has a number of foster homes on standby and Donnelly says it’s a delicate balance managing the needs of our own area’s animals and potentially a large number coming from the interior; “What we can really use right now is for folks to adopt!”.

As of July 10th the BC SPCA has moved 42 animals to safer shelters away from the threat of wildfires. The BC SPCA has a dedicated page setup online for those who want to directly support the BC SPCA’s wildfire response. Click here to donate.

To assist the Sea to Sky branch who are almost completely out of wet cat food and cat litter click here. Branch Manager Marika Donnelly says she’s thankful for the “great community support” they have.


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