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Below are photos of Forgotten Feline's shelter and underneath those are photos taken at the Maple Ridge BCSPCA Shelter and the Vancouver SPCA shelter (between January 2000 and June 2003 )

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About Forgotten Felines

Forgotten Felines is a no-kill animal shelter in Richmond. Our policy is: We accept cats from all areas of Greater Vancouver. All cats are taken to one of our vets to be vet-checked, fixed, vaccinated, blood tested for
leukemia and aids, dewormed, deflead and tattooed.

All cats teeth are checked and senior cats receive a teeth cleaning. We accept cats in any condition. We accept cats that have any bad habits. We accept cats of any age.

The cats are adopted out of one of our five adoption sites. The feral cats are tamed and adopted out. None of our cats are euthanized. We welcome them to live with us until we find the perfect home.




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Forgotten Felines  
Outdoor Enclosure


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Forgotten Felines  
Outdoor Enclosure


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Forgotten Felines  
Outdoor Enclosure


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Forgotten Felines  
Outdoor Enclosure


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Photo 5
Forgotten Felines  
In one of the Trailers

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Forgotten Felines  
Inside of the Trailers




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Forgotten Felines  
Kitten Room
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Kitten Room

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Senior and Kitten room


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My name is Capella.
I am for Adoption.

 

Maple Ridge SPCA Shelter

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This was taken in spring of 2000 and shows what were typical conditions for cats then. They were often not cleaned and fed till mid afternoon and sat for 12 to 16 hours surrounded by their own excrement and without any food or water. The cats in the photo became ill with URI after this photo was taken and were nursed back to health in proper living conditions in a foster home. Four 4-month-old cats had been living in one cage.

This photo shows the SPCA's idea of isolation for sick cats. The photo was taken in June of '02. They were kept in a very small interior room next to the furnace, and food for the healthy cats was served on the counter beside their cage.

This photo was the SPCA's idea of a communal room fit to house a cat. When the trailers that the City had towed onto the site in June of '02 were FINALLY made habitable and occupied, the SPCA's idea of a communal room was as depicted. The photo was taken in April '03. At the time it contained only one terrified cat who took cover in the only cover available: a litter pan. The communal room is more comfortable now with scratching posts, bedding and a chair or two, but it still leaves much to be desired.

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The above two photos are of scared cats without any hide and perch box. I have a record of how often I asked about providing cats with the highly touted boxes. Still scared cats were left with nowhere to hide. One is trying to hide under its blanket and one is trying to hide in its litter pan. The photos were taken in June of '03

Brigitta MacMillan

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Vancouver SPCA - January 2002

Below are photos of the Vancouver SPCA Shelter Isolation Rooms Jan.2002
The big kennels are the dog isolation kennels, the one other pic with smalle
r steel cages is the Cat isolation room.

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Van Shelter Dog ISO
Note width of run.

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Van Shelter Dog ISO
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Van Shelter Dog ISO
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Van Shelter Dog ISO
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Van Shelter Dog ISO
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Van.Shelter Cat Iso Room

 

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