Sleepy Velvet is not homeless

Surrey pet hospital helps homeless animals

City Petcare Hospital is accepting donations of toys, food, treats and cash to help cats and dogs this holiday season

Surrey’s City Petcare Hospital has launched a major fundraising drive to help homeless dogs and cats this Christmas, promising to spay and neuter animals to the BC SPCA for free.

The service will also include a tattoo, and pain medications, along with vaccinations, flea control and a complimentary nail trim.

The clinic is accepting donations of toys, food, treats and cash.

A challenge has been sent out to clients to bring in a donation with their visit and receive a routine visit at no charge from Dr. Jaswinder Bassi, who is hoping to do about 30 to 50 cats and dogs this season.

City Petcare Hospital is located at 120 7218 King George Blvd.

 

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