Three unique ways to help prevent animal cruelty
Montréal, November 22, 2022 – For the holiday season, the Montreal SPCA is calling on the generosity of Quebecers. As the SPCA is an non-profit organization operating almost entirely through public donations, its team invites the population to support the cause of animal welfare during this charitable season by giving in three unique ways.
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“Our mission would not be possible without the contributions we receive from our donors. Every dollar is carefully invested to protect animals from neglect, abuse and exploitation, to represent their interests and to ensure their well-being,” says Laurence Massé, Acting Assistant Executive Director of the Montreal SPCA.
Thanks to the Bryant-Mapes Fund, launched by Floranna Bryant and Dorothy Mapes, from November 24 to December 31, all donations given to the Montreal SPCA will be generously doubled. This project makes the holiday season the ideal time to give in the name of a loved one who is a strong animal advocate as a gift, for example.
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News of Former Residents in 2023
The Montreal SPCA is back with a very special 2023 calendar. It features some of the (very) cute former residents of the shelter. Every month of the coming year, Quebecers will be able to warm their hearts by learning about the story of different animals that were rescued by the Montreal-based shelter and then adopted by good Samaritans.
Québec Clothing to Keep Families Together
For fans of the creations of the Québec company Poches et Fils, it is possible to purchase t-shirts specifically created to support the petition launched by the Montreal SPCA in April 2022, aiming to abolish the clauses banning animals in residential leases. In addition to wearing or offering a stylish and comfortable piece of clothing, the public will also be able to contribute to the Montreal SPCA’s effort to “Keep Families Together”. For every pocket sold, 25% of the profits will be donated to the organization.
“On behalf of all furry, feathered and scaly animals, thank you for your help!” states Laurence Massé.
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About the Montréal SPCA
Founded in Montréal in 1869, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (now better known as the Montreal SPCA) was the first animal-welfare organization in Canada. The SPCA has come a long way since its beginnings and is today the largest animal-protection organization in Québec, speaking on behalf of animals wherever there is ignorance, cruelty, exploitation or neglect.