If you never met her at one of our events, you probably saw her in the news or on social media.
In the months surrounding moving day, the number of animals abandoned at the Montreal SPCA nearly triples, from around 600 a month to approximately 1600.
Unfortunately, hoarding is a misunderstood mental health problem in our society. It’s a dream of saving lives that turns into a nightmare.
The romanticized image that the carriage horse industry and the City of Montreal are trying to sell us is far-fetched.
Here are 3 local cafés where good taste and compassion meet!
Thanks to their commitment, the animals in the shelter are socialized, comforted, walked, groomed, trained, cared for and above all loved!
More than ever, guinea pigs, hamsters, rabbits, birds, and all other small companion are gaining more and more popularity amongst the public.
Our adoption counselors strive to help match adoptable animals with the right family by assessing an adoptive family’s unique situation and taking into account each animal’s individual personality and needs.
Here are just some of the ways in which the Montreal SPCA has been - and will continue - working to ensure greater protection and inspire compassion for all animals.
First, we launched our #saferkindercommunities campaign to offer a comprehensive and multifaceted approach to dangerous dogs that focuses on prevention, owner responsibility, and addresses aggressive dogs based on their behavior, not their physical appearance.