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SPCA Steps Up Efforts To Help Animals Impacted By Wildfires

Robert Turner, with Emergency Management BC, says the SPCA has created a number of special constables that are now located throughout the region.

Turner says people who were forced to leave pets or livestock behind are asked to call 1-855-622-7722…

“That will be open 7 days a week from 9 to 5-30. Once the call is received the SPCA will collect the information about when the residents were evacuated and the animals that were left behind so resources can be appropriately deployed.”

Turner says they also want to warn motorists that there will be a large number of livestock and wildlife on the road and that there may also be a large number of wounded animals…

“If that is the case, of course there are two issues, one is people should be very cautious around a wounded animal but they should also call the conservation officer service so that they are aware of the situation and the standard rap line number.”

That number is 1-877-952-7277.

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