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posted by Victoria Pet Adoption Society
This beautiful cat is Satine, and she is an absolutely wonderful girl who will fit easily into the right home. She is an affectionate and laid-back kitty who gets along with almost everyone. When Satine first arrived in our care, she was in a temporary foster home with two cats, a small dog, and a pair of bunnies. She was comfortable with all of the animals right away and would even curl up and sleep with the bunnies at night.
posted by Victoria Pet Adoption Society
This handsome red tabby is Notorious, and his name says it all! When he was only about two weeks old, his mother was picked up as a stray in a remote northern community and she had 4 kittens in tow. They were freezing outside and were lucky to have been found when they were. These guys endured a lot before coming into our care but they are thriving and now ready to find families of their own.
posted by Victoria Pet Adoption Society
Say hello to Snoop. When he was only about two weeks old, his mother was picked up as a stray in a remote northern community and she had 4 kittens in tow. They were freezing outside and were lucky to have been found when they were. These guys endured a lot before coming into our care but they are thriving and now ready to find families of their own.
posted by Victoria Pet Adoption Society
This very handsome little guy is Fifty. When he was only about two weeks old, his mother was picked up as a stray in a remote northern community and she had 4 kittens in tow. They were freezing outside and were lucky to have been found when they were. These guys endured a lot before coming into our care but they are thriving and now ready to find families of their own.
posted by Victoria Pet Adoption Society
Meet Lil' Wayne. He is an adorable little guy who is looking for his forever home. When he was only about two weeks old, his mother was picked up as a stray in a remote northern community and she had 4 kittens in tow. They were freezing outside and were lucky to have been found when they were. These guys endured a lot before coming into our care but they are thriving and now ready to find families of their own.
posted by PV SPCA
Poppy has been adopted but her look-a-like sister, JASMINE, is a wonderfully happy and healthy Labrador mix puppy ready for her forever home too.  
posted by Cats Cradle
Precious is very loving & great company. She does not like other cats or dogs when they visit but she is never aggressive towards them either which is really nice. She just stays clear of them. She thrives on attention & purrs & kneads all the time. A cuddle buddy for sure! Precious lets you cut her front nails without trying to get away which makes it easy. She also walks with a harness & lease & loves to be outside with it so can be allowed out under supervision.
posted by Victoria Adoptables
Guillaume (aka Gooey) is a little guy with a big heart in need of a new, loving home. Gooey is the perfect nickname for Guillaume (Ghee-Ohm, French for William), because he's an ooey gooey bundle of love. He's a five-year old dachshund-chihuahua cross, initially adopted four years ago into a childless home with a gentle female dog as his companion. He is approximately 5.5 years old.
posted by PV SPCA
Fostered in Vancouver Olive is a lovely Labrador mix, almost three years old and weighing 66 pounds.  She is really good with people and would make a wonderful family dog.
posted by VACS
Murphy is a charming, easy going gentle giant. He is affectionate and warms up quickly to new people. He has been relaxed around the other cats, and has been enjoying exploring the pound. He has recently been tested with a dog and did very well - they touched noses and then went their separate ways with no fuss. Neutered Male 7-9 Years estimated