To improve the lives of animals by alleviating their suffering or neglect. We do this by rescuing, sheltering, healing, adopting and advocating for animals in need, while inspiring province-wide action and compassion on their behalf.
BC Humane Society accepts dogs, cats, and small animals from Vancouver Island and across BC who have been abandoned, mistreated, or can no longer be cared for by their owners.
With over 300 adopted 'sleddies' to our credit, we hope to bring even more dogs inside homes to become cherished family members.
Providing spay and neuter services to animals in communities around our province, we assist in reducing the number of unwanted animals.
Every donation, large or small, helps us save the life of an animal. Our high standard of animal care requires funding.
From heroic acts of rescue, conducting spay and neuter clinics in remote communities, to fundraising events, we step up for animals in every possible way. Learn about how BCHS is making a difference, and how donations save the lives of hundreds of animals a year.
Every gift, large or small, helps us save lives, and we can’t do it with you! With no shelter and a comprehensive foster program, administrative costs stay low, which means your donations are powerful. Donate now, honour someone with a tribute gift, or become a monthly sponsor today!
While donations are the most effective way to better the lives of animals in need, there are a number of ways that you can contribute to the BC Humane Society. Discover how you can support our amazing programs and make a positive impact on animal welfare in our province.
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What’s it like to foster FIFTEEN kittens?
Our volunteer photographer was headed out on Victoria Day to photograph some kittens so she brought 10-year-old Airlea, a self-professed feline lover along.
It was pretty heavenly for Airlea. As soon as the sleeping little fluffballs noticed we were there, …