OSPCA offers support to pets impacted by Barrie tornado
Caregivers who need temporary housing or food for animals urged to call 310-SPCA
Barrie, ON (July 15, 2021) – The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society is offering support to anyone affected by today’s storm in Barrie who may be struggling to care for their animals in the aftermath.
If anyone who has been displaced or affected by the storm needs temporary housing or food for their animal, the Ontario SPCA encourages them to reach out for support by calling 310-SPCA (7722). No area code is required and Ontario SPCA responders will be available after hours tonight for those who need immediate assistance.
“Our thoughts are with the families affected by the storm that has hit the Barrie area today,” says Jennifer Bluhm, Acting Chief, Animal Protection Services, Ontario SPCA and Humane Society. “Should anyone affected need temporary housing or food for your animal during this time, please reach out to us at 310-SPCA for support.”
For more information on programs and services available to the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society, visit ontariospca.ca
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