Did you know that plastic bags, plastic bottles and plastic straws are hurting animals and messing up the planet? An estimated 100 million marine animals are killed each year due to plastic debris in the ocean. Around 26 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean each year. Most of these plastic items are used for only … Continue reading Hip Up [And Bring Your Own Cup]
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Murphy is the most gentle, friendly and easy-going dog on the block. You may see him at Alpha Lake Park or walking the trails in Whistler. It is hard to not notice a smile like Murphy's. Murphy and his family have rushed into the emergency clinic at 3 am, so that Murphy could help a … Continue reading Blood Donating Heroes: Meet “Murphy”
Moses was only 3 months old when he was found abandoned in a bucket, severely malnourished and nearly dead, in a rural community approximately 40 km north of Whistler. The Whistler Animal Shelter (WAG) responded immediately, and dispatched a staff member to find and rescue the puppy. She rushed him to the emergency clinic in … Continue reading Recent Recipients: Meet “Moses”