Animal Rescue

Lost and Food

We are always searching for people to provide safe and loving TEMPORARY homes for our rescued and surrendered animals, while we find responsible, loving, permanent homes.  Animal shelters are seldom able to provide the socialization that our animals need to make good pets. The cost of running an animal shelter also depletes funding needed to help all the animals that enter our adoption program. This is why PALS needs foster homes to care for our animals.

PALS provides all the support needed for each animal and covers all costs including supplies, food and medical. We are also very flexible with placements and if you have any difficulties with one of our foster animals or have travel plans, PALS will accommodate your needs and relocate that animal as quickly as possible.

Socialization/Rehabilitation Program for Special Needs Animals

Sometimes PALS has animals surrendered that are over-stressed and have behavioural issues.  We work with each animal to assess what their special needs are and do our very best to implement a suitable treatment plan that will help them cope with or overcome these difficulties.  For an example of a successful special needs story see Sophie’s Story under the HAPPY ENDINGS page.

Adoption Program


Cats are tested for Feline Leukemia, dewormed, 1st vaccinated, spayed or neutered and tattooed or micro-chipped.

The cost of adopting a cat is $60.


Dogs are vet checked, de-wormed, 1st vaccinated, spayed or neutered and tattooed or micro-chipped.

The cost of adopting a dog is $75.

Please see our Need Loving Homes page if you are considering adoption.

If you are interested in joining our Foster Program, please call 250-265-3792 or email us at


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