Animal Superheroes

We love our supporters! Read on to learn more about the community members from far and wide who make caring for 4 000 animals a year possible - they're the real Animal Superheroes.

At only 11 years old, Kelsie has created a charity called the Paws n Claws Food Fund for homeless animals as her way of giving back. Kelsie donated $25 of her own birthday money and has raised another $100 to buy food and toys for the animals at the Saskatoon SPCA. Kelsie has now made three separate food donations, and each time she visits, she makes sure to meet and pet every cat and every dog on the adoption floor! Thank you, Kelsie! 

On November 2nd, Steve was traveling between Saskatoon and Turtleford when he discovered two little balls of fluff on the side of the highway. Little Ky and Nia were scared, hungry, and initially ran from Steve, not knowing who he was or that he was there to help them. It did not take long before they were both rescued and brought into a warm vehicle and fed their first meal in what must have been a while.
Steve brought both adorable pups to the Saskatoon SPCA where they received their first medical exams and treatments, and of course nutritious food and loving care in a foster home. Both are now ready for adoption, and are looking for their new furever homes!
Without Steve, the future for Nia and Ky was not very bright, but because of heroes like him, they now have a fresh start and a chance to find new loving homes.
Thank you, Steve, for your compassion, and for helping these two adorable pups get their second chance.

On November 2nd, Steve was traveling between Saskatoon and Turtleford when he discovered two little balls of fluff on the side of the highway. Little Ky and Nia were scared, hungry, and initially ran from Steve, not knowing who he was or that he was there to help them. It did not take long before they were both rescued and brought into a warm vehicle and fed their first meal in what must have been a while.
Steve brought both adorable pups to the Saskatoon SPCA where they received their first medical exams and treatments, and of course nutritious food and loving care in a foster home. Both have now found their furever homes with wonderful families!
Without Steve, the future for Nia and Ky was not very bright, but because of heroes like him, they now have a fresh start and a chance to find new loving homes.
Thank you, Steve, for your compassion, and for helping these two adorable pups get their second chance.

Our friends at the Rent It Store are community support at its finest! Staff collected donations of wet cat food during the holiday season, which was matched by their employer! We were so pleasantly surprised by their delivery just five days before Christmas - thanks to the Rent It Store, our critters will be sure to have full bellies on Christmas!