Santa Pet Photo 2019reducedRCHS / Lowe's Heroes Campaign great success

Lowe’s Canada, a leading home improvement company, launched its first national Lowe’s Canada Heroes Campaign and selected the Royal City Humane Society to be their featured organization! Posters and tent cards publicizing our low-cost spay and neuter and foster care programs were highlighted. The campaign ran for the month of September and the total proceeds were $3,573.82. We are grateful to Lowe's for their support. 

Did you know …

A single pair of cats and their offspring can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just seven years.That’s the equivalent of 60,000 per year! PLEASE SPAY AND NEUTER!

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RCHS announces a change in direction

We wish to advise all our supporters of a change in our scope of operations effective October 30,2019.

We have been fortunate to have had a donated cat shelter space in New Westminster since the spring of 2006 and hundreds of volunteers to donate their time and efforts to give so many cats the care they deserve until we were able to place them in homes. And now -- to coincide with the completion of the new City of New Westminster shelter on Boyne Street in Queensborough -- we have closed our cat shelter as of October 30, 2019. The New Westminster shelter offers a modern and comfortable place with safeguards and space to prevent outbreaks of disease which were, unfortunately, lacking at our shelter.

We are not, however, going out of business! We will continue to provide for our 60 plus special needs and senior cats in foster care as well as maintaining our low cost spay/neuter program to prevent the proliferation of homeless cats and kittens. Read more …