Media Release: No Pet Should Go Cold This Winter

(SASKATOON – February 6, 2019) The Saskatchewan SPCA has launched a new Winter Care Collection Blitz to help keep pets safe this winter.

The Winter Care Collection Blitz will help provide much needed pet food and supplies for owners struggling with homelessness.

Donations are urgently needed for items such as:

  1. Blankets

  2. Dog coats and sweaters

  3. Dog booties

  4. Dog food (dry or wet)

  5. Cat food (dry or wet)

  6. Heated water bowls

The donated items will be distributed in Saskatoon through the Friendship Inn and the Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre.

“With your donation, you are helping pets stay warm and safe during this extreme cold spell,” says Josh Hourie, Community Relations Coordinator.

Donations may be dropped off at the following Saskatoon locations:

  1. Food Bank and Learning Centre (Clothing Depot): 619 20th Street W

  2. Critters Pet Health Store: all 5 locations in Saskatoon

  3. Saskatchewan SPCA office: 519 45th Street West

For more information on the Winter Care Collection Blitz, contact the Saskatchewan SPCA at or 306.382.7722.


For more information, please contact: Josh Hourie, Community Relations Coordinator Saskatchewan SPCA 306-382-7726

Established in 1928, the Saskatchewan Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Saskatchewan SPCA) is the provincial voice on animal welfare. Major program areas include a voluntary registration program for animal rescues, animal safekeeping, humane education, and the Stryker Care Fund for retired police dogs. We continue to advocate for improved animal welfare legislation and raise awareness of the human-animal bond.

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