The Fur-Bearers sent a letter to BC Premier David Eby calling for trapping reforms after more pets injured in traps.
Killing snares set within town limits highlights importance of municipal trapping bans.
Incidents of companion animals injured and killed crop up in PEI, Manitoba, and Alberta as trapping season opens.
Similar incident inspired long-time director George Clements to get involved with The Fur-Bearers.
A will can protect your pets after you're gone and make sure their future care is binding.
The Fur-Bearers are offering $1,000 to identify and convict the person(s) responsible for killing a beloved family pet and poaching. There are no graphic images in this article.
We are calling on the government of British Columbia to immediately enact a trap warning sign system that requires trappers to post bright, visible signage at all access points when traps are within 20 metres of a street, service road, trail, pathway, or other publicly accessible area.
$15,288.50 in damages sought according to court documents obtained by The Fur-Bearers
OPEN LETTER: CBC headline and article mislead readers and tell an inaccurate story of bear encounter
Read our complaint to the CBC Ombudsman about an inaccurate article that would be unacceptable were it a human instead of a bear.