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FEB
15

MUNICIPAL LICENSES: OUR SINCERE APOLOGIES

We would like to formaly apologize to local pet owners regarding the treatment of the 2018 municipal license purchases.

We have experienced difficulties with our telephone lines and have accumulated a lot of delay in processing and sending licenses. We are trying to catch up. We ask the population to remain patient, you will soon receive your license by mail for those who paid online or by check.

We had a lot of animals entering the shelter in the fall and early winter, whereas usually it is calmer. Our priority was directed towards them, which does not justify our failure to provide a suitable service.

Processing 40,000 licenses in a matter of weeks is a big challenge for any company or organization.

For next year, we will put in place the staff and structure to succeed. Know that respecting the municipal by-laws and purchasing your municipal licenses allow more than 7000 animals annually to be cared for with compassion and humanity by our fantastic health team.

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DEC
15

Opening hours for the Holidays

The shelter will be closed to the general public on the 24-25-26 and 31st of December as well as the 1st and 2nd of January 2018.

Our team wishes you happy Holidays with your furry friends.

DEC
01

Looking for some sewing volunteers

The work consists of making, from recycled fabrics, blankets for the cages of our cats.

We want to build a list of seamstresses for different times of the year. Example: holiday season, spring, summer, fall and the entire year.

It would be important to mention if you are a beginner, intermediate or sewing expert, as well as, if you have a sewing machine and a serger and a space to assemble everything.

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NOV
01

12th EDITION OF LES POILUS DU PÈRE NOËL ON NOVEMBER 11th and 12th !

The Outaouais SPCA invites you, your family and your 4 legged friends for a Christmas card themed photoshoot with Santa Claus

The photo session will take place on the 11th and 12th of November between 10 am and 4 pm at the shelter: 132 rue de Varennes, no reservation needed.

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OCT
26

HALLOWEEN MAKE UP FOR THE OUTAOUAIS SPCA

Saturday the 28th of October between 9 am and 5 pm, you can have a professional Halloween make up done by outstanding make up artists. This will all take place at les Promenades de Gatineau, in front of the H&M store. 

You have a Halloween party Saturday night? You will surely stand out and help animals get specific health care. Kids and teenagers are more than welcome for simple or exhuberant make up. Obviously we will have some candy for participant.

Prices are going from 10$ for something basic to 30$ for a full face makeup.

All the profits will go towards the Outaouais SPCA, helping the 7000 animals coming in the shelter annually. 

You want to see pictures of what the makeup artists can do? Go on our Facebook page and see for yourself. Simply amazing! 

OCT
20

The spotlight on our Animal Health Technician

C’est la semaine nationale des techniciennes en santé animale et nous souhaitons souligner le travail indispensable que nos 10 « vet-tech » accomplissent à la SPCA de l’Outaouais. Ces dernières sont plus souvent qu’autrement dans l’ombre tout en sachant que leur travail est plus qu’essentiel au bon fonctionnement du refuge.

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OCT
14

Outaouais SPCA 2.0

New logo, new website, new image!

The Outaouais SPCA is pleased to launch its new website. The website is accessible in a mobile version, presents our new logo and has several interesting features that will allow users to spend quality time on our website.

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OCT
10

The Outaouais SPCA on the CCMTGC list

Make a donation to the Outaouais SPCA through the Campagne de Charité en milieu de travail du Gouvernement du Canada. You can find us under: La Société pour la Prévention de la Cruauté envers les Animaux de l'Outaouais Inc. 

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OCT
01

A Canine Distemper case in the Outaouais area

Le 9 septembre dernier, ce chiot d’environ 3 mois qui aurait été trouvé dans le secteur de Masson-Angers a fait son entrée au refuge. Le chiot était visiblement malade, l’homme a refusé de donner ses informations et a quitté le refuge rapidement.

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