The SPCA Coquitlam chapter offers a bi-weekly, half-off accreditation fee

The SPCA Coquitlam chapter offers a bi-weekly, half-off accreditation fee

For two weeks, the SPCA gives interested pet owners the chance to find a new friend at half the cost of a regular adoption. Those who are looking for a home in our area.

Dozens of animals are currently up for adoption at the Coquitlam branch of the BC SPCA.

The organization offers interested pet owners the opportunity to take one home for half the cost.

Starting today (October 15), the BC SPCA is offering a 50 percent discount on adoption fees as part of efforts to make room for incoming animals that need urgent care.

There are many cats, kittens, and birds in the care of volunteers and staff at the Tri-Cities SPCA Center for Education and Adoption – located at 1-2565 Lougheed Hwy. in Coquitlam.


You can view a list of pets available for adoption below.


All of them, says the BC SPCA, hope to find a forever home through the two-week promotion.

“We have many animals in our care that are looking for loving homes,” company spokesperson Adrian McBride adds in a statement.

“In addition to finding families for these amazing pets, we want to make sure we have open space in our facilities and foster homes for other animals that need a warm, safe place to stay as the cold weather approaches.

“If you are considering adopting a pet and giving them the loving home they deserve, we encourage you to act now and take advantage of this promotion.”

The midterm adoption fee event runs through October 29th.

Interested residents are encouraged to Visit the BC SPCA Accreditation Page for more information.

Below are the pets currently offered for adoption in Tri-Cities (from youngest to oldest), along with SPCA profile descriptions:

Buddy and Max

Buddy and Max are best friends and are looking for a home together.

They are still quite shy, but are starting to get curious about people and will mess around with cute pets.

They would do best in a quiet, cat-loving home with a family that can offer multiple play sessions throughout the day and continue to socialize.

Buddy (left) and Max are two five-month-old kittens in the care of the Tri-Cities SPCA Center for Education and Adoption in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Amy

These beautiful birds are ready and looking for their forever home.

Amy is currently working with her adoptive mother to get her used to dealing with more socialization.

Experience working with birds is recommended.

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Amy Flying at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Leonard

These beautiful birds are ready and looking for their forever home.

Leonard is currently working with her adoptive mother to get her to handle more socialization.

Experience working with birds is recommended.

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Leonard Flying at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

big wig

The big wig is a rabbit with quite a personality.

His SPCA profile says he needs a home where he can roam freely in a large space, loves to hang out in his ‘tree’, hunt for candy and chew.

“He is very social and loves a home his family can interact with a lot. He would also like to share that he loves lettuce, parsley and cilantro!”

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Big Wig the bunny at the BC SPCA Center for Education and Adoption in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Ellipse

Ellipsis is a little rabbit that always seems to be ready for adventure and fun.

She loves having plenty of space to jump in, play and explore, but she tends to be on the shy side and takes time to warm up with strangers.

Bunnies are active animals that require plenty of space to roam in, xpens, a playpen, or a full bunny room would be great!

Please be sure to do your research to ensure that your lifestyle is compatible with your rabbit’s needs.

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Ellipsis rabbit at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Octavia

This adorable bunny lives a very luxurious life of adventures.

Octavia has come a long way, but she still needs help from her new human parents to help her be more confident.

Bunnies are active animals that require plenty of space to roam in, xpens, a playpen, or a full bunny room would be great!

Please be sure to do your research to ensure that your lifestyle is compatible with your rabbit’s needs. They are also very social creatures, so a home with another socialized rabbit(s) is great.

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Octavia Rabbit at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Benny

These beautiful birds are ready and looking for their forever home.

Penny is currently working with her adoptive mother to get used to dealing with more socialization.

Experience working with birds is recommended.

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Penny Flying at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Kaylee

Kylie is a cute, shy cat, but she warms you up quickly.

She can be very picky with her food but we hope the house will be more comfortable and a little more weighty with her own home.

As with any new member of the furry family, caring residents are highly recommended to start it in an enclosed area smaller than your home until it gets used to the new sounds and smells of its new environment.

She’s booked for a sterilization surgery on October 25 in Port Coquitlam, so her new family will choose her as an “adoption sitter” and take care of her until then.

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Kylie the cat at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

sheldon

These beautiful birds are ready and looking for their forever home.

Sheldon is currently working with her adoptive mother to get her to handle more socialization.

Experience working with birds is recommended.

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Sheldon Flying at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

wasabi

Like the name itself, wasabi can be spicy when served, except for the green part.

She’s a new mom and we’ve noticed that she feels quite protective of her young ones. Now they’ve all found homes, but Wasabi is looking for a family she can connect with.

She is very talkative and will always have a good story to tell you. Wasabi loves attention and if you don’t get enough, you may decide to climb the side of your leg. She absolutely loves Churu tubes and has a wonderful purr chest that often goes on non-stop.

She will love a house where she can explore (or a house with a catio) and also have multiple play sessions with you throughout the day since she has a lot of energy to spare. If you like a training harness and a leash, this could be something you might definitely enjoy as well.

As with any new member of the furry family, we highly recommend starting them in a smaller enclosed area of ​​your home until they get used to the new sounds and smells of their new environment. The changes can be too intimidating for some kitties so she asks you to be patient with her until she feels comfortable.

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Wasabi cat Amy at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA

Dior

Dior is a kind and affectionate girl who is ready to find her forever home.

She is warm and loving, but does have some stress, so she will do her best in a quieter home without young children.

She is very friendly and funny and enjoys cat games!

She’s booked for a sterilization surgery and dental check-up on November 1st in Port Coquitlam, so her new family will choose her as an “adoption sitter” and take care of her until then.

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Dior the Cat at the Tri-Cities SPCA Education and Adoption Center in Coquitlam. by BC SPCA


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