Website last updated: June 18th, 2013
Beautiful Miss Poppy is a senior girl who was ill and quite underweight when she first came to VPAS. After an emergency surgery and a quick recovery, Poppy was ready for adoption, and it didn't take her long to find her forever home. Here is what her new family says about Poppy:
Bella came to VPAS from another rescue organization. She was a stray and when her family didn't go looking for her she ended up on death-row. Luckily for her the was saved in the nick of time and found herself at VPAS. Bella was quickly adopted into a fabulous new home. Here is an update from her new family.
Wow time flies when you're having fun! We love Bella more and more each day! She is adjusting really well, becoming more confident as time goes on. She loves to cuddle with us and smother us with kisses.
Venus and her siblings were feral kittens and they came to VPAS from another rescue group. When they first arrived them were very shy, but after a few weeks in foster care they came out of their shells and found great, new homes. Here is an update from Venus' (now Annabelle) new mom:
Stryker came to VPAS at about 3 weeks old; he was orphaned when his mother was hit by a car. Stryker was always a very spirited kitten and was the last of his siblings to find his forever home. Stryker just had his 4th birthday and we got an update from his family.
Amber (now Hazel) was on death-row in an animal shelter before she came to VPAS. She was saved in the nick of time! Amber (now Hazel) is such an adorable little girl that as soon as she became available for adoption everyone wanted her. She was quickly adopted by a wonderful family from Nanaimo. Here is the update that they sent us:
Willow and Oliver are a very cute set of kittens who are very lucky to be alive. They were found, orphaned when they were only 2 days old and were hand-raised by one of our volunteers. Due to their difficult start in life, both of these sweet kittens have some minor special needs. They have been lucky enough to find a fabulous home with some real cat lovers. Here is an update we received from Willow & Oliver's new parents:
Flopsy (now Jasmine) is a beautiful bunny who was surrendered to VPAS as part of an unexpected litter. She was the first of the group to get adopted and she's been very happy in her new home with her new boyfriend (don't worry, they're both fixed!) Here is an update from her new mom: