Williams Lake SPCA reopens for adoptions

The BC SPCA Williams Lake Branch is once again fully open for adoptions.

  • Oct. 15, 2012 6:00 a.m.

The BC SPCA Williams Lake Branch is once again fully open for adoptions.

The shelter, which had been opened only for dog adoptions in recent weeks while treating cases of ringworm in cats, is now open regular hours for all adoptions.

Anyone wishing to surrender an animal should call ahead for an appointment.

“We are so grateful for the public’s understanding and support during the past few weeks as we worked to ensure the health and welfare of the cats in our care,” says Liz Dighton, manager of the Williams Lake Branch. She notes that the shelter is still in need of several items to help care for the animals.

The wish list includes canned chicken and puppy food, gravel and sidewalk salt for pathways, water softener salt, Swiffer wet pads, dust cloths, Mr. Clean scented cleaner, zap straps, heavy duty landscape ties and kennel edging.

If you can help, please drop off supplies for the Williams Lake SPCA at 709 Bond Lake Road or call 250-392-2179.