Halloween Costume Contest

Halloween Costume Contest

Thank you to everyone who came out with their pets to support VPAS at Shaw Pet Hospital's second annual pet costume contest.

Kamo Needs Your Help!

Kamo Needs Your Help!

Kamo is lucky to be alive and she needs your help! She is a stray kitty who came to VPAS after suffering a significant head trauma that left her with a broken jaw and a damaged eye. She is currently in the veterinary hospital receiving round-the-clock care, and once she's stable she will need surgery to repair her broken jaw. VPAS is looking for sponsors to help Kamo get a second chance at life. Please see Kamo's info under the Sponsor A Pet heading to the right to find out how you can make a difference in her life.

Thank You!

Thank You!

We are pleased to announce that Victoria Pet Adoption Society has been awarded a 12 month advertising grant from Vancouver Island Buy Sell & Trade magazine; a family owned and operated local Buy Sell & Trade. Watch for our pets putting their best paw forward in the classified section (perhaps on the front page too) looking for great new homes. Thank you Buy Sell & Trade for this wonderful opportunity, and thank you to Vixen Creative Design for designing our pictoral ad for us. We greatly appreciate your support!

Donate Your HBC Reward Points

Donate Your HBC Reward Points

Victoria Pet Adoption Society is now a member of the HBC Rewards Community Program. If you have a HBC Rewards Card you can help pets in need by linking your card to ours. You can link to VPAS by visiting a HBC counter in any Zellers or The Bay store, or by visiting www.hbc.com/community and choosing "Donate to an Existing Community". Type our Public ID number 9796301 into the search field and hit continue, then click the Donate button next to our name. You can then designate between 10%-100% of your points to VPAS to help fund supplies for our adoption centre.

Way To Go Marley!

Way To Go Marley!

When Marley first landed on our doorstep he was a neglected dog with some horrific injuries. After a very long stay in the hospital, and a battle to save his leg, Marley recovered from his injuries and from his history of neglect and made a miraculous recovery. Marley is not only a Canine Good Neighbour, but he has become a St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog and spends his days helping others. Way to go Marley! We are so proud of you!

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