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An Update on Rupert

On 2 February 2012, in News, by admin

(Montréal – 2-2-12) Rupert, the 8 month old stray kitten who was found with a broken leg has undergone a successful operation. He is recovering well. We would like to give special thanks to Dr. Plasse who took such good care of Rupert. He not only fixed the badly damaged leg but also noticed that […]

Do You Work in Marketing?

On 1 February 2012, in News, by admin

  The SPCA is undertaking a branding exercise. We are looking for an experienced naming/branding professional to help with a short-list of names. This project is in its preliminary stages and to find out more please get in touch with Anthony Johnson at ajohnson@spcamontreal.com

Rose and Oliver. A special love story between a kitty and a pitty

On 9 January 2012, in News, by admin

It’s not unusual for the SPCA to hear about a good Samaritan saving an animal. What is unusual is when that Good Samaritan is an animal himself (or herself)! On January 1st, Gabriella Bouquet was walking her beagle by Confederation Park in CDN-NDG when she noticed a red pit-bull, since named Rose, curled up on […]

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Urgent need for adoption counsellors on weekends

On 5 November 2011, in News, by admin

People interested must meet these three requirements: 1. Bilingual 2. People-oriented 3. Maturity of judgement The SPCA will provide the training Write to benevolat@spcamontreal.com

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Montreal SPCA Partners with Local Food Bank and Veterinary Clinic In NDG To Reduce Cat Overpopulation

On 3 November 2011, in News, by admin

A coalition of organizations have joined together to help reduce cat overpopulation in the Montreal neighbourhood of CDN-NDG. On November 6th, 30 cats belonging to clients of the NDG Food Depot (a local food bank) will be sterilized at the Monkland Veterinary clinic, free of charge for the clients.   This spay/neuter day is a […]

Seizure of over 500 dogs

On 22 September 2011, in News, by admin

Last weekend one of the largest animal seizures in Canadian history was coordinated and carried out by the Quebec Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPAQ) with the assistance of HSI Canada (Humane Society International Canada) More than 500 dogs and puppies were taken from the breeding facility and taken to a safe location where […]

Take Action to Improve Quebec Companion Animal Welfare Regulations

On 28 July 2011, in News, by admin

July 28th 2011 – Over the past 2 1/2 years, a special task force including MAPAQ and animal welfare experts, veterinarians, and industry representatives have worked together to update the Quebec Animal Welfare Act regulations. By bringing their expertise, research and view points to the table, they provided MAPAQ with the most effective knowledge on […]

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