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Winter Newsletter 2016/2017

            RestQ newsletter Dec 2016 Season's Greetings from the volunteers and Board of Directors at the Rest.Q Animal Sanctuary. It has certainly been a busy year in 2016 and we'd like to share some of…

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Christmas 2016

Christmas 2016 Thanks to everyone who attended the 2016 Lion's Christmas Craft Fair last Saturday and spent time visiting the Rest.Q table. The highlight of our day was catching up with so many friends who love animals and love ways…

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SaltSpring BCSPCA Partnership

For the past three years Rest.Q has been working closely with Sean Hogan, manager of the BCSPCA branch on Saltspring Island. This partnership benefits the animals in so many ways. Perfect forever homes take less time to find, assistance with…

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Introducing Hammy

Meet Hammy, a very special 1-yr old boy who came into our care through the SSI BCSPCA in mid-May. His story is one of courage and resilience. 6 months ago Hammy was hit by a car and sustained life threatening…

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Bridge Tournament – Summer 2016

The Rest.Q Animal Sanctuary is happy to announce that we have been selected as the recipient of proceeds from the Galiano Bridge Tournament now underway for summer 2016 on Galiano Island. Thanks for Kathy Harris and Sylvie Beauregard for their…

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The Rescue Round Table

On Thursday May 7th we had the great pleasure of hosting the 2nd Annual Rescue Round Table at thefabulous Galiano Oceanfront Inn and Spa. Many thanks to Conny Nordin and staff at the Inn for theirgenerosity and service. We would…

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Transition for Hope and Ginger Boy

Two years ago Ginger Boy arrived on our doorstep – a stray rescued from North Vancouver. Around the same time we rescued a tiny frail and critically ill kitten from Bodega Ridge (now known as Hope). They quickly bonded and…

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Ziggy (aka Ginger Boy) finds a home

Thanks to the dedicated and heartful care of the adoptions team at Saltspring branch of BCSPCA, our Ginger Boy has finally found a forever home. Ziggy (Ginger Boy) spent over two years with us. While he adjusted very easily to…

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Graduation Day

Last Fall 2014 we accepted two tiny feral kittens into our care at the Sanctuary. The little black male was named Taz (aka Tasmanian Devil) due to his feisty behaviour - with, growling and wriggles to hide. The little grey…

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