Updated: Mar 25
The SPCA Surrey shelter has received a significant amount of felines and livestock, which were abandoned by their owners due to COVID. The animal shelter is trying to cope with this demand to accommodate the animals and provide food and other essentials to keep the animals safe and protected. The project's objective is to supply essentials to care for the animals and prevent them from being euthanized.
I recognized that all my prior projects have been about helping people who were struggling during the pandemic. As a result I decided to partner with the BCSPCA Surrey shelter.
Once I contacted them and asked them if they required help, they informed me that they had received a significant amount of felines and livestock due to people's fear that their pets were carrying the virus and could potentially pass it on to them. As a result, large numbers of cats were being abandoned by their owners. This was my opportunity to give back to the community and help the critters we consider our best friends.
The gesture was much appreciated by the BCSPCA staff and was proudly announced the on the BCSPCA website and Facebook.