Animal Shelters

Lynne Torgalson, president of the Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven, holds Princess the cat beside vice president Katherine Lemond on Saturday, April 24. Three of the four buildings seen behind them (where the cats live) have leaky roofs and they now need to raise $38,000 to replace them. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress)

More funds needed for Chilliwack cat shelter after yet another roof began leaking

Three of four roofs on buildings housing homeless cats are leaking at Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven

 

A kitten plays with the drawstrings on a sweatshirt as folks take part in Yoga with Cats on Mats at the Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven on Nov. 30, 2019. The roof at the shelter is in need of a partial replacement and a GoFundMe has been set up to raise money for the cause. (Jenna Hauck/ Chilliwack Progress file)

Funds needed to help build new roof over cats’ heads at Chilliwack animal shelter

Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven in need of $15,000 for partial replacement of roof

 

Kimberly Feeny, left, rescues, fosters and homes cats with the Kootenay Animal Assistance Program. She and friend Lisa Valenta, right, spent Friday, Nov. 27 nursing seven rescued kitties at Feeny’s home in Grand Forks. Photo: Laurie Tritschler

Kootenay women working to rescue 20 cats in feral colony

Kimberly Feeny and Lisa Valenta are nursing seven cats rescued east of Grand Forks, B.C.

 

Hay bales can be donated to Critter Care Wildlife Society. (Critter Care/Special to The Star)

Straw bales used for Halloween decor can be donated to Critter Care Wildlife Society

Langley animal facility said they are always need in of fresh bedding

Hay bales can be donated to Critter Care Wildlife Society. (Critter Care/Special to The Star)
Tiny Kittens founder Shelly Roche said there are an estimated 20,000 to 30,000 feral cats in Langley. Many cats the local non-profit rescues require special needs and more resources to nurse back to health, like Thor and his seeing eye cat Nyla. (Tiny Kittens)

Upwards of 30,000 feral cats in Langley an ‘invisible’ problem, Tiny Kittens founder says

Fort Langley non-profit broadcasts 24-hour live stream of rescues

Tiny Kittens founder Shelly Roche said there are an estimated 20,000 to 30,000 feral cats in Langley. Many cats the local non-profit rescues require special needs and more resources to nurse back to health, like Thor and his seeing eye cat Nyla. (Tiny Kittens)
Cat found in 7-Eleven Dumpster in Smithers recovering, after anonymous donation

Cat found in 7-Eleven Dumpster in Smithers recovering, after anonymous donation

The Northwest Animal Shelter said Latte will be available for adoption in mid-February

Cat found in 7-Eleven Dumpster in Smithers recovering, after anonymous donation