Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here with branch manager Chloé MacBeth at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here with branch manager Chloé MacBeth at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

VIDEO: Find Me My Furever Home – Bailey at the Chilliwack SPCA

Four-year-old Bailey will be having hip surgery soon, but then she’ll be ready for adoption

Find Me My Furever Home is a weekly video featuring animals up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. It is put together by The Progress in partnership with the Chilliwack SPCA.

Bailey, a four-year-old Rottweiler bullmastiff cross, came to the Chilliwack SPCA on April 29 in order to undergo a hip operation due to arthritis.

Once she’s had surgery, the SPCA is looking to find someone who will take part in their foster-to-adopt program. That’s where the person/family fostering Bailey would take care of her while she recovers and while the SPCA still has ownership of her, and then once Bailey has healed, the foster person/family would adopt her.

Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here with branch manager Chloé MacBeth at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here with branch manager Chloé MacBeth at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

“She is super sweet,” said Chloé MacBeth, branch manager with the Chilliwack SPCA. “Bailey is looking for a home where she is probably the centre of attention.”

A quiet home with a single person or small family would be ideal for Bailey.

Due to COVID-19, the Chilliwack SPCA branch is only open by appointment. You can call them at 604-823-6612.

If you’re interested in adopting Bailey, or any other animal from the Chilliwack SPCA, call the shelter. You can also go online to spca.bc.ca to see all of the animals that are up for adoption or to learn more about fostering animals.

Bailey’s SPCA ID number is: 526400.

Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Four-year-old Bailey will be going for hip surgery soon, and after that, the Chilliwack SPCA is ideally looking for someone to do a foster-to-adopt with her. She is seen here at the Chilliwack SPCA on Thursday, April 29, 2021. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

Missed the last Find Me My Furever Home? Click here to see a video of Praline and Cat-Therine O’Haira.

Ever wonder why, sometimes, the Chilliwack SPCA has no adoptable animals at the shelter? Read about it here: Why the Chilliwack SPCA currently has no animals available for adoption


 

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