Find A Local Vancouver Pet Rescue


Here is Moonlight Natural Pet Store's list of pet rescues and shelters that we have worked with or heard good stuff about. Looking for a new cat or dog in Vancouver, reach out to the list below to see if you can adopt a pet.

Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue

The Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) is a no-kill, non-profit, registered charity dedicated to the rescue of cats in the Lower Mainland. VOKRA does not have a shelter. Instead, they provide over 350 individual foster homes throughout the Lower Mainland. In a home environment, their cats are safe and well socialized, with lots of love and attention. VOKRA covers all of the costs and provides ongoing support to foster families. This is by far the best rescue group we have seen in Vancouver. 


Hugabull Advocacy and Rescue Society

Hugabull Advocacy and Rescue Society mission is to rescue dogs, provide public education, and build a community of responsible pit bull owners and supporters. They are a dedicated group of dog owners and rescue group. 


Richmond Animal Protection Services - Vancouver Rescue

Regional Animal Protection Society​ is the City of Richmond's Animal Shelter. RAPS is a registered charity and is a no-kill organization. We've donated a number of items as well as food to them in the past and they are amazing at taking everything and using it for the animals in need.  They've never turned away a donation that we've brought in as they use everything they can get to help.



BC SPCA Vancouver Branch - Adoption Centre. 1205 East 7th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., V5T 1R1 Phone: (604) 879-7721


The BC SPCA Vancouver Branch provides care and protection to thousands of animals each year. At any one time, the branch has dozens of animals in its care. By choosing to adopt from the BC SPCA you are giving a homeless animal a second chance at a happy life.


Petfinder is an online, searchable database of animals who need homes. It is also a directory of nearly 14,000 animal shelters and adoption organizations across the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Organizations maintain their own home pages and available-pet databases.